WHEN: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 FROM 7:30AM-3:30PM
Where: 8389 Ardwick Ardmore Road, Hyattsville, MD 20785
The Atlantic Hardware Supply Construction Safety Conference & Open House Event is open to all!!! Combined with Women in Construction, Minority Business, and Hispanic Contractors Day.
This event will have safety training certification sessions throughout the day, live demonstrations, and free catered lunch by Mission BBQ for all attendees.
RSVP via email at firstname.lastname@example.org letting them know if you will be joining for lunch and which training certification classes you plan on attending. Everyone who pre-registers will be entered into the grand prize drawing.
7:30am to 8:30am… Fall Protection Authorized User Certification
9:00am to 10:00am… Confined Space Authorized User Certification
10:30am to 11:30am… Train the Trainer Respiratory Fit Test Certification
12:00pm to 12:30pm… Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation
1:00pm t0 2:00pm… Powder Actuated Nail Gun Operator Certification
2:30pm to 3:30pm… Joint & Through Penetration Firestop Certification
We have partnered with several EHS local associations to offer this timely train the trainer course.
On September 30, 2021 from 8:00 AM – 12:00 Noon EDT our organizations will offer a Train the Trainer Course. This course is designed for anyone who conducts business in the Commonwealth of Virginia (including truckers) to comply with the standard.
Virginia was the first (and currently only) state to enact a permanent COVID-19 Safety Standard. The permanent standard needed to be reviewed when the governor lifted the state of emergency. On July 29, 2021, the Department of Labor and Industry, Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH) submitted proposed changes. On August 23, 2021 final comments on the final draft were due. On August 26, 2021 the final Safety and Health Codes Board meeting took place. At that time it is expected to finalize the standard. After adoption, employers will have 30 days to comply with all aspects of the standard except training in which they will have 60 days after adoption. This course is designed for EHS professionals who have employees who work full time, part time, or transit the Commonwealth of Virginia and how to comply with 16VAC25-220. It will review the requirements, provide the science for understanding the pandemic, and provide trainer tools and content to meet the requirements of the standard. This will be a virtual only training.
Time: 8:00 – 12:00 noon EDT
Early Bird (Ends September 10, 2021
· Member (of a sponsoring organization) $75
· Non-Member $100
Regular Pricing (After September 10, 2021)
· Member $100
· Non-Member $125
Outline of Course
a) Overview of infection control (including disinfection, disease transmission, specifics on SARS-CoV-2);
b) Review of training requirements of the standard and sample training program and;
c) Review of specifics of the standard including;
· Hazard Assessments
· Changes from the first version of the permanent standard
· Key Definitions
· Program Requirements
· Understanding Return to Work Requirements
· Infection control programs
· Unanswered questions about the standard (unique to this program)
a) Student handouts of slide deck used in TTT class (via dropbox)
b) Certificate of Completion including 0.4 CEUs
c) Resources for the standard (dropbox) including a sample infectious disease template
d) Training Material (company license for internal use only)
e) Sample customized slide deck
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Abby Ferri and NCC ASSP member and former president Wyatt Bradbury share some advice on creating successful virtual engagement.
The National Capital Chapter Auditing Committee of 2020-2021 has completed the annual audit. The Auditing Committee consist of the following members:
· Ashelyn McConnell, President-Elect
· Marcus Odorizzi, Director
· Michael McCullion, Active Member
The committee has examined the financial statements of the National Capital Chapter for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021. The examination included a review of the reports, files, bank statements, checking and saving accounts deposits, Treasurer’s and checks. The Auditing Committee has concluded, the National Capital Chapter’s records are in good order as of March 31, 2021.