Events

Event Date Event Description
August 21, 2018 - 9:00am Workshop/Training (6 Hours)

CPR, First Aid, AED and Bloodborne Pathogen Training

Certification by ASHI (American Safety and Health Institute)

Instructor

Joseph Rody, Firefighter/Paramedic

Shull Medical Educators

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September 11, 2018 - 8:30am Workshop/Training (3.5 hours)

Help! My Confined Space Program Needs Work!

This workshop will provide participants with tools they can use to evaluate and refine their written permit-required confined space program. It will provide an overview of the OSHA confined space standards (1910.146 and 1926 Subpart AA) and NFPA 350: Guide for Safe Confined Space Entry and Work. The speaker will discuss how NFPA 350 fills in the gaps in the OSHA confined space standards with best practices for protecting workers who enter into and perform work in and adjacent to confined spaces. The workshop will use a combination of lecture and case study exercises to emphasize important learning concepts.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

  •   PRCS definitions and the distinction between a confined space and a Permit         Required Confined Space (PRCS)
  •   Hazards of confined spaces and fatality statistics related to confined space       hazards
  •   Chemical properties and important terminology that entry team members 
  •   must understand
  •   Basic entry and PRCS documentation requirements
  •   Duties of Entry Team Members and training requirements
  •   Contractor and rescue and emergency service requirements

Instructor

Glenn McGinley, Director, Ohio Public Employment Risk Reduction Program (PERRP)

Glenn is also the Loss Prevention Supervisor for BWC DSH field operations in the Toledo-Lima District and serve as a principal member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Technical Committee (TC) on Confined Space Safe Work Practices and chair of the TC ventilation task group.

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September 19, 2018 - 11:30am September Regular Meeting at Tangier's - Cost $17.00

Conducting Safety Inspections in the Workplace

Brian Zachetti, Industrial Safety Consultant Specialist  ~ Ohio BWC

 

  • Recognize the importance of conducting workplace safety inspections
  • Ability to conduct detailed safety inspections and recognize common hazards in general industry settings
  • Identify OSHA standards and consensus regulations associated with common hazards
  • Gain a general understanding of common OSHA penalties for hazards discussed
October 11, 2018 - 9:00am Workshop/Training (6 Hours)

CPR, First Aid, AED and Bloodborne Pathogen Training

Certification by ASHI (American Safety and Health Institute)

Instructor

Joseph Rody, Firefighter/Paramedic

Shull Medical Educators

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October 16, 2018 - 8:00am Workshop/Training (4 Hours)

Healthy Backs and Bodies for the Industrial Athlete 

Delving into the essentials of safe, efficient, healthy movement, HEALTHY BACKS & BODIES™ for The Industrial Athlete empowers participants to ‘feel’ and immediately integrate into their industrial environment, a new awareness of body posturing, positioning, healthy movements, CORE™ Mechanics, preventative actions, and pre-shift / post-shift self-care.

Industrial athletes receive enhanced instruction in proper body mechanics (CORE™ Mechanics) with an emphasis on re-training and re-sequencing underlying movement patterns to allow the body to once again default into proper movement. This program takes the ‘inside-out’ approach of the physical therapy profession and applies it directly to the industrial environment. As correct actions and movements become second nature, this re-patterning creates a new, safe, healthy default system within the industrial athlete, immediately working to decrease Repetitive Stress Injuries and Musculo-Skeletal Disorders. Proper movements, mechanics, and exercises will significantly reduce injury risk as well as prevent, minimize or abolish back and neck pain.
 
Through hands-on instruction, this evidence-based experiential, fun, active program equips your work force with scientifically sound, easily applied strategies and movement training and leaves them with an arsenal of tips, tools and exercises. Inclusive in this instruction is the ‘healthy shift process’ – current-day practice for pre-shift warm-up and post-shift cool-down.
 
Instructor
   
Tanya Weiker Snowden, PT, CEAS, AOEAS 
 
Back Health Specialist and Master Instuctor
HEALTHY BACKS & BODIES™
 
 
October 17, 2018 - 11:30am October Regular Meeting at Tangier's - Cost $17.00

FIRE!! Oh, Wait, Not Another Drill

Steve Waltman, Fire Safety Educator ~ Ohio Division of State Fire Marshal

Angela Potter ~ Ohio Division of State Fire Marshal

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the importance of conducting fire drills
  • Describe how to plan a fire drill
  • Explain how to practice a successful fire drill
  • Summarize how to evaluate a fire drill effectively.
November 21, 2018 - 11:30pm November Regular Meeting at Tangier's - Cost $17.00

Safe Handling and Storage of Compressed Gas Cylinders

David Maloney, President ~ CGS Safety Training, Inc.

December 19, 2018 - 11:30pm December Regular Meeting at Tangier's - Cost $17.00

Safe 4 the Right Reasons

Wylie Davidson, Training and Culture Specialist, Motivational Speaker and Presenter ~ DiVal Safety Equipment, Inc.

Safe 4 the Right Reasons is a proven message that is improving the safety culture at companies all across the country. It breaks down our basic human nature and delivers a personal motivation to each employee to value their safety. This message also addresses how we must watch out for each other and be our brother’s keeper. The best part of this message is that it is personal for every employee, and can be incorporated into all of your safety messages and trainings. It serves as the foundation of your safety culture for years to come.