March 26, 2019 – Fall Protection Seminar

Please Note: this is not a PCSC sponsored event but does qualify for 1 external training credit for PCSC members.

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Fall protection is a complicated issue and one of the most important faced by an employer or worksite supervisor. With over 100,000 reported incidents per year, falls from heights almost always result in serious injury.

In the construction industry, falls are the number one cause of worker death. In any industry, not having fall protection can have serious consequences. Join us for this breakfast workshop with practical hands-on demonstration.

Who should attend

Anyone with fall protection concerns or anyone who currently uses fall protection.

You will learn:

  • To Recognize fall hazards in Construction and General Industry;
  • To select fall protection systems as referenced in occupational safety health codes;
  • To monitor the effectiveness and appropriate use of fall protection systems.

Presented by:

Eric White, Construction Safety Consultant Specialist, Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC)

Eric White is a Construction Safety Consultant for the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Division of Safety & Hygiene.  Mr. White has been with the Division for 19 years and in the safety field for 25 years. Prior to coming to work for the Division of Safety & Hygiene Mr. White held positions with the Mechanical Contractors’ Association, Honda of America, OHM Corporation and worked many years as a carpenter.  He holds a BS in Environmental Hazardous Materials Management/Industrial Hygiene from the University of Findlay.

Jan. 22, 2019 – OSHA Recordkeeping

Please Note: this is not a PCSC sponsored event but does qualify for 1 external training credit for PCSC members.

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Join the Summit County Safety Council for a breakfast seminar about OSHA recordkeeping. With the current online reporting requirement, it is more important than ever to have your OSHA 300 log accurate. Those responsible for creating, updating and signing the OSHA Recordkeeping documents should join us. Public employers who fall under PERRP requirements will obtain valuable knowledge about logs and submission as well.

Objectives:

  • Overview of OSHA recordkeeping requirements for workplace injuries and illnesses
  • The correct use of the OSHA recordkeeping forms
  • Review of how to complete the OSHA 300 Log OSHA online reporting rule and how to comply

Presented by Cari Gray, CSP, Industrial Safety Consultant Specialist, Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC)

Cari has been a Safety Consultant with the BWC since May 2005. She works with a diverse range of companies in many different industries, from public entities to a wide variety of private companies. She helps customers evaluate their current safety situations, set goals and create plans of action to successfully achieve their goals. She also teaches many safety related classes for the BWC. Prior to working at the BWC, Cari was an Environmental, Safety and Health Manager for General Electric. She also worked in the Safety Department of an automotive based company, after
graduating from The Ohio State University in 1999. Cari is very passionate about the safety and health of Ohio employees. Her philosophy is based around top management commitment, employee involvement and personal responsibility. Her time outside of work is happily spent with her husband and two children.