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Tools for Defending Against the Top Four Killers of Construction Workers

In this free webinar, speakers representing CPWR-The Center for Construction Research and Training will discuss, “The Focus Four,” or the top most fatal hazards to construction workers according to OSHA. These four hazards include falls, electrocutions, struck-by incidents and caught-in/between fatalities.

Duration: 1 Hour


Accidents at Work - Understanding Post-Accident Drug Testing in the Age of Legal Pot Use

This free webinar will review today’s most pressing questions regarding drug testing for marijuana and employers’ rights in post-accident testing situations. Further, it will provide guidance on how comply with legal marijuana laws while continuing to use post-accident drug testing to maintain a safe and drug-free workplace. 

Duration: 1 Hour


Are You Now in Compliance With The Requirements of NFPA 652 Standard on Combustible Dust? If So, What Is Next?

This free webinar will present the requirements of the 2019 Edition of NFPA 652, including; Determination of the combustibility and explosibility hazards of materials, Conducting a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA), Managing the identified fire, flash fire, and explosion hazards, Establishing written safety management systems

Duration: 1 Hour


Managing Respiratory Protection Programs - Review and Recent Updates - The Respiratory Protection Program (RPP) Administrator 2020

This free webinar about Respiratory Protection program is designed for individuals who may design, develop, implement, administer and substain a respiratory protection program. This course will help participants develop and maintain a respiratory protection program that complies with all state and federal regulations.

Duration: 1 Hour


How to Find the Right EHS Software to Accelerate Your Digital Transformation Journey

This free webinar you will learn: What digital transformation is and its impact on EHS software purchases, Best practices for selecting and implementing EHS software based on your requirements, Tips to take the anxiety out of the buying process, How to translate software terminology to understand the impact on you, Lessons learned from successful digital transformation projects

Duration: 1 Hour


Fall Protection: Real World Training and Equipment Needed to Protect Your Workers

In this free webinar, we will discuss (i) the “Authorized Person” and OSHA 1910.130 training requirements for Authorized Person(s); (ii) the hierarchy of fall protection, eliminating the hazard, passive system, fall restraint, fall arrest and administrative control, (iii) the basic principles of fall protection including primary vs secondary protection and rescue and descent, leading edge vs sharp edge, and (iv) the latest equipment available to ensure Authorized Persons are fully protected before working in a hazardous environment .

Duration: 1 Hour


Playing the Numbers - Rating Your EHSQ Performance Using Incident Reporting and Leading and Lagging Indicators

This free webinar Participants will: There has been much debate over which set of metrics, lagging or leading, are best to use organizationally. This webinar will: • Examine the role of metrics • Discuss the weighting of metrics and • Identify the metrics that can drive performance transformation in your organization.

Duration: 1 Hour


Don't Experiment with Your Safety - Choosing the Right Lab Coat

In this free webinar, we’ll take you through the basics of the chemical protection market, discuss common laboratory hazards and highlight the difference between FR, CP, FRCP and non-FR lab coats.

Duration: 1 Hour


Hugh Hoagland Presents: 7 Electrical Safety Mistakes

This free webinar will dive into incident investigations and company policy experience will reveal common policy and practice mistakes that lead to errors in an electrical safety program.

Duration: 1 Hour


The Role of the Health and Safety Professional in an Oil Gas Pipeline Release

In this free webinar the speaker will present strategies for the quantitative assessment of chemical hazards that are anticipated during emergency pipeline releases for the purpose of determining human health risks. Plus topics covered: Environmental Compliance. Industrial Hygiene, Toxicology, Risk Assessment, Engineering

Duration: 1 Hour