2021 Workshops/Presentations

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Emergency Response Teams

Michelle Ammerman, Animax Designs, Inc.

The benefit of an effective emergency response team can save lives. Establishment, training, goals, and a solid plan are all important parts of a prepared and effective ERT Team. An effective (ERT) team should be able to train, move, and encourage your employees. How do you select, train, and establish an ERT team that functions as a successful core part of your business?

Offered on:
Friday at 8:00am

Safety and Health Programs: Positives and Pitfalls

Garrett Rea, Department of Labor & Workforce Development - TOSHA

This session hosted by TOSHA Consultative Services discusses what elements are in a successful Safety and Health program.   While OSHA has documented and revised the key elements of an effective Safety and Health program for over four decades, what do these elements look like when successfully implemented and functioning?  Additionally, this session will discuss what factors can undermine a successful Safety and Health program throughout its development and implementation.

Offered on:
Friday at 8:00am

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OSHA / TOSHA National & Local Emphasis Programs

David Thomas, Sherry Roland, Jeffrey Campbell, Tennessee OSHA

The session will cover an overview of the National and Local Emphasis programs.  National Emphasis Programs (NEPs) and Local Emphasis Programs (LEPs)are temporary programs that focus OSHA’s resources on particular hazards and high-hazard industries. Existing and potential new emphasis programs are evaluated using inspection data, injury and illness data, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reports, peer-reviewed literature, analysis of inspection findings, and other available information sources.

Offered on:
Friday at 8:00am

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TOSHA Update

Wendylee Fisher, Department of Labor & Workforce Development - TOSHA

Wendylee Fisher and the TOSHA Managers will provide information on recent state activities and the status of any upcoming or proposed changes in regulations.

Offered on:
Friday at 9:15am
 

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