2021 Workshops/Presentations

Featured here, find a list of this year’s presentations & workshops. This page will continually be updated as new presentations are approved, then added. The list will feature topics, speaker name(s), company affiliation, and the ability to sort by and / or days being offered, so be sure to check back often!

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IH Monitoring for the Safety Professional

Dr. Ron Read,

We will be discussing the basic principles of air monitoring and calibration techniques used today.  We will touch on why air monitoring is done and when is appropriate to do so.

Offered on:
Wednesday at 1:00pm

Excavation and Trenching

Matt Smith, Brasfield & Gorrie

Introduction into OSHA Requirements for Excavation and Trenching Operations. Topics will include: Protective Systems, Sloping Requirements, Soil Mechanics, Competent Person and Utility Strike Defenses.

Offered on:
Wednesday at 1:00pm

Confined Space

Jimmy Lee, Emergency Response Services, Inc.

Overview of the requirements in the Confined Space Entry Regulations to include; Confined Space and Permit Spaces by definition, Employer Responsibilities, Permit Program and Roles of Participating Employees including Rescue Services.

Offered on:
Wednesday at 1:00pm

Respirable Crystalline Silica

Greg Boothe, EHS Services, LLC/Columbia Southern University

OSHA published a respirable crystalline silica standard in 2016. This presentation will review the standard and provide some insights into the current state of IH sampling.

Offered on:
Wednesday at 3:00pm

Emergency Action Plans

Jimmy Lee, Emergency Response Services, Inc.

A look into OSHA’s expectations of Emergency Preparedness for the Private Sector.

Offered on:
Wednesday at 3:00pm

What’cha Gonna Do When OSHA Comes For You?

Donna Renee’ Robitaille, Sabel Steel

The presentation will….
1. Go over the guidelines on how to respond to an OSHA complaint or visit.
2. The importance to understand the purpose of a complaint/visit and the differences.
3. Assist or help establish a game plan on what to do.

Offered on:
Wednesday at 3:00pm

COVID-19 and the Workplace: When is a Positive Diagnosis Work-Related?

Michael T. Taylor, Greenberg Traurig, LLP

The presentation will discuss OSHA’s policy on recording and reporting requirements regarding COVID-19.  EHS Professionals will learn how to deal with these complicated issues when they are presented in the workplace.

Offered on:
Wednesday at 3:00pm
 

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