Have you heard about OSHA’s increase in citations?
• Do you have an all hazards Emergency Action Plan (EAP)? OK….so you have one somewhere in your office, what about the project office? You know, for that five year project you worked so hard to get?
• Do you know that new requirements will make your OSHA 300 log public record?
• Are you using a Job Observation report to catch changes in scope and changing site conditions? These changes could mean you need to add PPE or mitigate new risks you have identified in your report
• Are you using your project’s Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) assessment for that project daily? Wait! You don’t know where it is? You aren’t using it every day?
Are these too many questions? These questions are but the ‘tip of the iceberg’ from the standpoint of full compliance with OSHA regulations. You may think OSHA recordkeeping is boring, but your OSHA 300 log will be a public record everyone can see, potential clients and competitors alike. This Safety session will give you updates on changes in OSHA regulations and help you become more aware of ways in which you can make your company a safer place to work. Have lunch and a conversation about safety with us. For the cost of this Professional Development Session, you could gain knowledge that may save you thousands of dollars.
September 23 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Lynn Melton, President of Safety Guidance Specialists, Inc. has over 18 years experience in the Occupational Safety, Health & Environmental Field in a broad variety of industries, construction, and emergency disaster response, in all aspects of OSHA, EPA, and DOT regulations to include training, consulting, development of written health & safety plans and training programs that address all aspects of Industrial Hygiene for both short and long term projects. The past 9 years have focused on the safety aspects of project management and safety related oversight of various construction and disaster response projects. Lynn holds an AS in Occupational Health and Safety as well numerous instructor credentials to include OSHA 500 and OSHA 501.
Steve McGill, CCM, CSM, CHCM, CEDP has been in the construction industry, and health and safety, for over 35 years. Steve is a Certified Construction Manager (CCM) and has served in multiple capacities on the Gulf Coast Chapter Board of Directors of the CMAA since 2008. At the CMAA National level, Steve is a member of the Construction Quality Assurance and Chapter Relations Committees. Through Steve’s national position, he has worked with CMAA to increase awareness of worker safety and health, environmental responsibility, protection of property and the public during construction operations. Steve is also a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) National organization and member of the ASSE Mobile Alabama local chapter, he holds a Certificate of Safety Management (CSM) from ASSE. He is also a Certified Hazard Control Manager (CHCM) and a Certified Emergency and Disaster Professional (CEDP), both credentials from the International Board for the Certification of Safety Managers.
Tickets range in cost from $25. to $35.
Registration and Payment: online at http://www.cmaagulfcoast.org