Free OSHA training opportunity at CVCC | Business
Chattahoochee Valley Community College is excited to host a free Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training seminar for area business, industry and public safety agencies on June 25.
“This seminar will address several critical areas regarding OSHA and EPA regulations. All employers have these responsibilities to protect their employees” says Kenny Harrison, director of public safety at CVCC. “The ultimate goal of the training is to reduce the number of workplace injuries and fatalities. We want to ensure that CVCC does our part to help keep our community safe.”
Topics will include OSHA, EPA, hazardous waste, emergency response, new global harmonization, heat related injuries and more. Presenters include Benjamin Ross, acting deputy regional administrator for OSHA, Keith Hass, senior industrial hygienist, Glenn Ketcham, senior industrial hygienist, and Billie Kizer, safety engineer team leader.
Continuing education credit, or CEUs, will be available to those participants who attend the entire seminar. Additionally, this seminar counts as an OSHA annual refresher training.
The training begins at 8 a.m. and will last until 5 p.m. ET. A working lunch is set for 11:30 a.m. to allow for questions and answers.
The deadline to register is June 21.
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