Central Florida Field Federal Safety & Health Committee Meeting and OSHA Up-Date Presentation by Joan Spencer
Central Florida Field Federal Safety & Health Committee Meeting and OSHA Up-Date Presentation by Joan Spencer – July 20, 2016
Click Here to view the information flyer for the next Central Florida Field Federal Safety & Health Committee meeting and OSHA Up-Date presentation by Joan Spencer, which will be held on 7/20/16 at the KSC Operations Support Building II (Building K6-1249, room 5109) located directly across the street from the VAB in the Launch Complex 39 area.
Should you, or anyone that you know be interested in occupational safety that is not a badged KSC employee, please follow the directions on the flyer to obtain a temporary badge by 7/8/16 to attend the event. As most of you know, Joan is a long term employee of OSHA and serves our area as a Compliance Assistance Officer.
It is quite a view of the LC-39 area from the fifth floor conference center (room 5109) of OSB II and the room has a capacity of 295 attendees. Also please feel free to forward this e-mail and flyer to any other companies, vendors, or safety representatives that you may know in time for them to get a temporary badge.Read more
A Message From Joan M. Spencer, Compliance Assistance Specialist, U.S. DOL – OSHA
In June, through OSHA’s cooperative alliances, OSHA and other guest speakers are offering three FREE trainings on the requirements of the new silica standards. The trainings will also cover respiratory protection and instrumentation for monitoring.
June 3, 2016, there will be training on the 1910.1053, the Respirable Crystalline Silica standard for general industry and maritime, at Florida Safety Council in Tampa.
June 10, 2016, there will be training on the 19260.1153, the Respirable Crystalline Silica standard for construction, at the ABC location in Tampa.
June 24, 2016, there will be training on the 1910.1053 and 1926.1153, Respirable Crystalline Silica standards for general industry, and maritime and construction at the United Safety Council in Orlando.
Please see the attached flyers to register for these FREE trainings.
Also, June 27 through July 1, 2016, Region IV is holding their Heat Illness Prevention Stand-down. We ask employers to take some time to talk to their employees to raise their awareness of heat illnesses and their prevention. Through OSHA’s alliance with AGC in Georgia, you may register any event you will be hosting at this link, http://www.agcga.org/web/Safety/2016_Heat_Illness_Safety_Stand_Down.aspx.Read more
Town of Oakland – NAOSH Proclamation
OSHA issues final rule to make employers, public better informed about workplace injuries, illnesses
OSHA issues final rule to make employers, public better informed about workplace injuries, illnesses – See OSHA QuickTakes, May 11, 2016 · Volume 15, Issue 12: https://www.osha.gov/as/opa/quicktakes/index.html
Workplace Health & Safety: Fatal Work-Related Injuries (2008-2011)
This is a collaborative project among the states involved in the Southeastern States Occupational Network (SouthON). Visit their website at: http://health.usf.edu/publichealth/erc/SouthON.htm for complete information.Read more