HRCI Credit Pending Approval!
BRSA Annual Conference & Seminar
Holiday Inn, 1400 East Market Street, Harrisonburg, VA
OSHA 10 Certification – November 13-14, 2014 from 8am-5pm on Thursday the 13th & 7am-11am on Friday the 14th
BRSA Full Day Seminar – November 14, 2014 from on 9:30am-5pm Friday the 14th
We want to help you stay on top of the important safety information & compliance changes that impact your business. Join us for a full session on some of today’s most important safety topics – and come a day early to benefit from OSHA 10 Certification training. This is one seminar you can’t afford to miss! Don’t delay – get registered today!
Registration Deadline: Friday, October 31st
Doug J. Kalinowski, Director of OSHA Cooperative (VPP & SHARP) and State Programs in Washington, DC
Information on new initiatives in OSHA’s compliance assistance, recognition and alliance programs as well as the operations status of the 27 states that operate their own OSHA programs
OSHA 10 Certification: November 13-14, 2014
$100.00 (members & non-members) class limit 36 students
OSHA 10/General Industry with OSHA Authorized Instructor, Tom Boxler. Thursday 8am-5pm with lunch provided. Friday 7-11am with light continental items both mornings.
BRSA Seminar: November 14, 2014
$100 for BRSA/SHRM Members
$150 for Non-Members
9:30 Registration and 10:00 start time. Our keynote speaker will address us at 11:00am. We invite any OSHA 10 students also registered for the seminar to join us at this time.
During lunch we will hear an engaging presentation from Travis Vance, Esq., Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC on How to Best Prepare for a VOSH Inspection. By the end of the presentation, you will be prepared for an inspection or citation, to challenge the claims raised by such an event, and prevent future citations.
After lunch pick the topics of most interest to you.
From 2-3:00pm (choose one):
NFPA Electrical Safety in the Workplace – John Knepper, VP Engineering with Trumbo Electric
Focused on electrical safety and prevention of injury from electrical shock or flash hazards in the workplace.
Ergo Assessments & Workplace Wellness - Scott Crabtree, Augusta Health Industrial Therapy
Learn how ergonomic assessments can benefit your workforce by staying on the preventative side of injuries!
Safety Leadership – Lara Hoke, MS.Ed with HR & Safety Solutions
Learn how to reinforce the right safety behaviors & lead your organization to a higher level of employee commitment.
From 3:10-4:10 (choose one):
Global Harmonization – John Sutton, EH&S Manager, Nibco (STAR VPP Site) and Ed Tobias, Consultant
Learn more about the OSHA requirements as they pertain to the new Global Harmonization.
Making Safety Fun – Doug Black, Institutional Safety Specialist, Environmental Services Unit of the Dept. of Corrections
Have a great time learning how to incorporate games into safety training to enhance understanding & retention.
Fall Protection – Bill Taylor, CSP, EI Group
What essentials do you need to know about fall protection to keep your workers safe?
4:10-5:00 Make the most of this networking opportunity by joining us for a cash bar social after wrapping up your afternoon session. Meet in Kasey’s restaurant.
Sponsored by the Shenandoah Valley Chapter for the Society of Human Resources Management. HRCI Continuing Education Units are pending for this seminar.
Click here for registration form.