Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2012
So, you’ve heard about OSHA from a 3000-foot perspective, but how do you take what you need to know and apply it to every day work? The Fond du Lac Area Safety Council has put together a series of “Safety 101” classes that will give you the opportunity to learn first-hand what OSHA requires and expects as it pertains to your business. Classes will cover a variety of topics, next up:
Safety 101: Emergency Planning
Does your organization have an established emergency plan that addresses foreseeable emergencies such as fire, severe weather, chemical spills, etc.? Attend the Fond du Lac Area Safety Council program Emergency Planning to learn more about:
- What must be included in the plan
- Training your employees
- Exercising the plan\
- Reviewing and updating the plan
This will be an interactive opportunity for attendees to learn what OSHA requires for emergency planning and share best practices. In order for you to get the most out of the session, please bring a copy of your written emergency plan if you have one. (Having a plan is not required to attend this session).
About the presenter: Michele Adams is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and has over 15 years of combined experience in higher education, manufacturing and not-for-profit organizations. Michele has a breadth of knowledge that spans from federal OSHA regulations to the State of Wisconsin safety and environmental regulations. She is currently the Safety Associate at MPTC.
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Registration: 7:15 a.m.
Time: 7:30 - 9 a.m.
Location: MPTC - Room O—104
(Enter parking lot off National Ave and enter ‘O-1’ Door. Room will be on your left).