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Date:   Friday, September 23, 1016
Location: Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., Tampa, FL
Recordkeeping for the Human Resource Manager/Recordkeeper
Session covers a training session on the recordkeeping standard, including the new electronic submissions and required procedures that do not discourage employees from reporting.
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Date: Friday, October 7, 2016
Location: United Safety Council, Orlando, FL
Recordkeeping for the Human Resource Manager/Recordkeeper
Session covers a training session on the recordkeeping standard, including the new electronic submissions and required procedures that do not discourage employees from reporting.
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Date: Friday, October 21, 2016
Location: United Rentals Trench Safety, Tampa, FL
MSA and OSHA will be covering the Silica standard for Construction on behalf of SUCA. Respiratory protection and sampling methods will be covered during the presentation.
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University of Wisconsin – Upcoming Courses in Orlando

Pilot Plant Design, Construction, and Operations
October 24-26, 2016 – Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), FL

A revised edition of the only course to cover all the key aspects of successfully building and operating a pilot plant. Topics covered include defining the pilot plant’s requirements, estimating the costs, determining the fastest schedule, design options, start up issues, maintenance issues and operational considerations.

October 24-26, 2016 – Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), FL – Pilot Plant Design, Construction, and Operation Link

Laboratory Design
October 26-28, 2016 – Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), FL

An owner’s view of the requirements for designing a safe and effective laboratory whether a grass roots construction or a renovation or remodel. Code requirements are discussed in detail to allow understanding of the limitations of any proposed design. Detailed advantages and disadvantages of different styles of casework, flooring, wall and floor coverings are discussed. Layout issues, utility systems and safety systems are also covered.

October 26-28, 2016 – Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), FL – Lab Design Link

For more information, contact:

Richard P Palluzi LLC, rpalluzi@verizon.net, 908-285-3782

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