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Event Type: Single Event

OSHA 7215 – Silica in Construction, Maritime and General Industries

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  • Southern California
     January 31, 2020
     8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Northern California
     October 16, 2020
     8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

This course covers the development and implementation of controls and strategies to prevent or mitigate silica exposures in construction, maritime, and general industries. Course topics include describing the requirements of OSHA’s Respirable Crystalline Silica standards and recognizing the hazards and risks, assessment options, and exposure control measures associated with silica exposure.

Topics include:

  • Crystalline Silica – Characteristics, Application, Health Effects
  • Exposure Assessment Options
  • Exposure Control Methods (Engineering, Work Practices and PPE)
  • Housekeeping
  • Role of the Competent Person
  • Medical Surveillance
  • Recordkeeping
  • Written Programs (requirements, development exercises and templates)

Course Locations:

Safety Center offers OSHA compliance training as a host site organization for Chabot-Las Positas’s Community College OSHA Training Institute Education Center at our Northern California campus in Sacramento, and UC San Diego’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center at our Southern California campus in Claremont.

Please be sure to choose the location closest to you.

Northern California Southern California
Print 2016University of California San Diego
 3909 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento, CA 95827  109 S. Spring Street, Claremont, CA 91711
Register For Northern California Dates Register For Southern California Dates

 

Traffic Control & Flagging


  •  June 29, 2023
     8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  •  August 24, 2023
     8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  •  October 26, 2023
     8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  •  December 14, 2023
     8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

This 1-day Traffic Control & Flagging program incorporates the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices  (CA MUTCD) 2014 and covers warning sign placement, proper fundamentals of flagging, moving traffic, and signaling directions used by flaggers. Upon completion of this course, trainees will receive a card stating that they have satisfactorily completed training on the CA MUTCD and meet the requirements of CSO 1599.

 

Course Locations:

  • Safety Center’s Northern California Campus is located at 3909 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento, CA 95827

2020 Symposium – Regulatory Update

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  • 2020 Symposium
     February 6, 2020
     8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Representatives from Cal/OSHA Consultation, Compliance and Standards Board will be on hand to share 2020 regulatory updates.

 

Afternoon Session:

Is your IIPP Effective? In our afternoon session, Cal/OSHA representatives will be giving an advanced analysis of the elements of the IIPP with a special emphasis on Hazard Recognition.


Limited Seats Available
Advance Registration is Required
Breakfast and Lunch are Included
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Tickets will not be available for purchase at the door.

Location:

Safety Center – Sacramento Campus
3909 Bradshaw Rd
Sacramento, CA 95827

 

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November Forum – The Aging and Changing Workforce

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  •  November 7, 2019
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Are you prepared for your workforce’s multi-generational needs? According to the US Census Bureau, the number of people aged 55 and older will increase to 73% by 2020.  With Veterans retiring, Baby Boomers holding the largest employment, Gen-Xers moving up the ranks and Millennials coming into the workforce, the need for co-existence rises. Learn what makes each generation “tick”. Through interactive discussion, this session will cover generational perspectives, training, and learning styles.

Join us as we discuss:

– Social & Economic Concerns

  • Labor shortages
  • Healthcare
  • Retirement

– Statistics

  • Why we work
  • Employer preference
  • Employee preference

– Generational Training

  • Veterans
  • Baby Boomers
  • Gen-Xers
  • Millennials

– Learning Styles

  • Veterans
  • Baby Boomers
  • Gen-Xers
  • Millenials

– Myths vs. Reality

– Other Needs

December Forum – Active Shooter Prevention and Response

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  •  December 5, 2019
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Would you know what to do if the unthinkable happened?  This course is specifically designed for people who want to better understand how to protect themselves from intense acts of violence. Our M.O.V.E.™ program, is an “options based” protocol that provides a powerfully simple strategy that can help you survive all types of violence by giving you the knowledge and confidence to respond in violent situations.

Objective:  Learning to identify the pre-incident indicators of an “Active Shooter” and review strategies for responding should a violent incident occur.

Core Content:  

  • Personal Safety
    • Managing fear and anxiety
    • Developing a plan before an incident occurs
  • Strategies for preventing an Active Shooter
    • Recognizing the pre-incident indicators
    • Leveraging reporting options and resources
  • Surviving an “Active Shooter:
    • Introduction to the M.O.V.E options based response protocol

 

Speaker

Kenneth Carr, PhD, M.A.O.B.

Dr. Carr is a principle consultant for Alvarez Associates LLC and
Adjunct Professor of Clinical and Forensic Psychology at
Northcentral University.

Dr. Carr is a professional educator and trainer who is considered a
subject matter expert in Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology
and Administration of Justice. His specialties are in Domestic &
Intimate Partner Violence and Crisis Intervention Training. He has
additional education and training in Organizational Behavior and has
instructed in Essentials of Security courses with a focus on security
measures to reduce risk through management and asset protection.

 

October Forum – Protection from Wildfire Smoke – Emergency Regulation

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  •  October 3, 2019
     8:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Join us at the Sacramento Regional Safety Forum for a discussion on Wildfire Safety and the new standard with a representative from Cal/OSHA.

Speaker

Juan A. Calderon

District Manager Cal/OSHA Enforcement Outreach Coordination Program Unit

June 2011 through September 2014 District Manager San Francisco District Office Enforcement

February 2005 through May 2011 District Manager Fremont/San Jose District Office Enforcement

July 2000 through January 2005 Associate Safety Engineer Oakland District Office Enforcement

September Forum – Crisis Management: Preparing for the Unexpected

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  •  September 5, 2019
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Join us on Thursday, September 5, for a discussion on Crisis Management.

Topics include:

  • Assessing and ranking crisis risks.
  • Developing a to-do list for response.
  • Creating a crisis response team.

Speaker

Fred Walter

Fred Walter represents employers in OSHA compliance matters and “serious & willful misconduct” claims.  He is admitted to practice in all California courts, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Fred and his firm work with employers, general counsel, safety directors, risk managers and human resources administrators defending OSHA citations, as well as assisting them in developing compliant written safety programs and supervising safety audits. He leads the firm’s crisis management practice, providing legal advice and representation during and after critical events.

He is the co-author, with his partner, Lisa Prince, of the “Workplace Safety” chapter of the California State Bar publication “Advising California Employers and Employees.” In his spare time he writes for the firm’s blog site.

August Forum – Bloodborne Pathogens

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  •  August 1, 2019
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Join us for the August Forum where we will be discussing Bloodborne Pathogens. This talk will cover Cal/OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens regulation, 8 CCR Section 5193, and a review of some frequently asked questions. We will discuss which employers are covered, required written programs, hazard assessments, recordkeeping, and training. There will be time for questions and answers at the end.

Presenter:

Patrick Corcoran MPH, CIH

Patrick Corcoran MPH, CIH is a senior industrial hygienist with Cal/OSHA’s Consultation Service.  Mr. Corcoran has 19 years’ experience with Cal/OSHA, including 5 years as Cal/OSHA’s Training Coordinator. As Training Coordinator he was responsible for all aspects of training and professional development for Cal/OSHA’s compliance officers and consultants.  He has taught in Cal/OSHA’s internal courses on Bloodborne Pathogens, Aerosol Transmissible Diseases, and Workplace Violence in Healthcare.  He spent more than 11 years in Cal/OSHA Enforcement where his duties included conducting investigations of fatalities, accidents, complaints, and programmed visits involving health care employers.  He works as a part-time faculty member at California State University, Sacramento where he teaches courses in Occupational Health and Occupational Safety & Health Laws and Regulations. His hobbies include trying to keep up with his three kids.

July Forum – Distracted Driving

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  •  July 11, 2019
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

 

Presenter:

Clyde Holland

Clyde has been with the CHP for 19+ years, assigned to five different areas and worked road patrol for the majority of his career. He is currently assigned to the East Sacramento Area Office and took over the Public Information Officer position in October of 2018.

 

Halloween Haunt 2019

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  • Halloween Haunt 2019
     October 26, 2019
     11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Safe Family Fun, Since 1991!

Save the Date: Saturday, October 26!

Since 1991, Halloween Haunt has offered a unique setting and safe alternative to Trick-or-Treating for families with young children. Set in Safetyville USA, the unique miniature city, the event features carnival games, a costume parade, safety demonstrations and activities, and of course, Trick-or-Treat stations!

Purchase tickets at the gate! Admission is $5 for everyone, 3 and over, and unlimited games wristbands will be available for $10

Discounted Family Packs are only available online and will not be available to purchase at the gate. Family Packs include 4 admission tickets, 2 unlimited games wristbands, and 4 meal deals (Hot dog, chips, and a drink).

Online ticket sales end at 11:59pm on Thursday, 10/24.

The whole family is encouraged to come in costume, but we do have a couple guidelines to ensure everyone has a fun and safe time at Halloween Haunt.

Costume Guidelines:

  • Costumes must be family-friendly and not offensive or violent.
  • Costumes may not contain any items that resemble (or could easily be mistaken for) an actual weapon.
  • Costumes may not contain sharp/pointed objects or materials that could accidentally harm other guests.
  • No masks or face coverings (including full face makeup).

Other Event Guidelines:

  • No pets other than service animals are allowed.
  • No bikes, skateboards, or scooters

Call 916.438.3357 or email us for more information.

 

Sponsored By:

PeopleFinders

SMUD

 

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