2017 Safety and Health Conference Registration PDC Information
Day Three – Thursday, September 21
Day Four – Friday, September 22
DAY THREE – Thursday, September 21
Professional Development Classes
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (10 Hour) – General Industry Safety and Health Outreach Training Program
This is an introduction to OSHA, including walking surfaces, egress and fire protection, hazardous materials, machine guarding, electrical, hazard communication, lockout/tag-out,
personal protective equipment and record keeping. This curriculum is approved; the trainers are authorized; and students will receive course completion cards issued by OSHA.
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (10 Hour) – Construction Safety Outreach Training Program
This is an introduction to OSHA, including hazard communications, personal protective equipment, fire protection, hand/power tools, electrical, scaffolding, floor/wall openings,
stairways/ladders, material handling/cranes and excavations. This curriculum is approved; the trainers are authorized; and students will receive course completion cards issued by OSHA.
8 a.m. - 12 p.m. - Kansas Boiler Code Question and Answers (Thurs Only)
The Boiler Inspectors from the Office of the State Fire Marshal will have a short presentation highlighting the requirements of boilers to be inspected by the state, as well as their
installation requirements. We will explain how to find a the most current version of the Kansas Boiler Safety Act and who they can contact if they have question about boilers as it
pertains to the Kansas Boiler Safety Act. We will field questions regarding the Kansas’s Boiler Safety Act and the installation requirements in Kansas.
8 a.m. - 12 p.m. - Fall Protection Equipment Inspector Class (Thurs Only)
This Guardian Fall Protection Competent Equipment Inspector Training course is designed for those individuals who will be responsible for inspection and documentation of all Fall
Protection equipment on either a jobsite, department, or organization, whether construction (OSHA 1926), General Industry (1910), Maritime (OSHA 1915, 18) or other regulations. This training is useful for environments that have repair centers or “tool rooms” that issue the equipment to projects or personnel, or the Competent Person looking to fine tune their
inspection knowledge and techniques. The course will include lecture, video, demonstration, and practical application exercises in regard to each type of Fall Protection equipment. It focuses on understanding the requirements, frequency, and significance of the proper inspection and documentation of Fall Protection equipment to ensure both worker safety and regulatory compliance.
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DAY FOUR – Friday, September 22
8 a.m. – Noon (10 Hour) – General Industry Safety and Health Outreach Training Program
8 a.m. – Noon (10 Hour) – Construction Safety Outreach Training Program
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