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Register Early and Save! Seminars marked with an ** will have an early registration discount of $10 off the listed fee when you register early. Early registration savings expire two (2) weeks prior to the seminar.


Hazard Communication and GHS Training**
May 10 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)

Course covers the Hazard Communication Standard and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS).
You will learn:
• Roles and responsibilities under the Hazard Communication Standard
• Hazardous Chemical Classifications
• OSHA’s new labeling requirements including the meaning of the pictograms, signal words, hazard statements, precautionary statements, signal words and supplier information.
• The new format for content of Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Participants will receive a walled-sized GHS Reference card and a certificate of attendance.
Member: $60      Alliance Member: $60      Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Workplace Violence and Prevention Strategies**
May 16 (8:00 am to 10:00 am)

Nearly 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year and it is believed that more cases go unreported. For this reason, violence in the workplace is a concern for companies large and small. We also know that when companies take a proactive stand against problematic behaviors, they will be more successful in deterring workplace violence. By detecting and interceding “at risk” or intimidating behavior in the early stages, the threat can oftentimes be mitigated and/or avoided before it becomes dangerous or even life threatening. This program will provide attendees with and understanding of the scope of the problem and strategies that can help identify and prevent workplace violence.
What we will cover
• Types of workplace violence and myths
• Behavioral considerations impacting workplace violence
     o Cultural and diversity considerations
     o Group prejudice considerations
• Prevention strategies
• Responding to workplace violence
Member: $60 Alliance Member: $60 Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Achieving a World Class Safety Culture**
May 17 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)

This session will present a logical, common sense approach to changing individual behavior and improving safety culture. Participants will learn specific, practical tools used in transforming the safety culture of their organizations.

The presenter, Jere Zimmerman, Sr. Consultant with Culture Change Consultants, will offer real examples that draw upon her 20 years of experience working with manufacturing operations, utilities, and governmental organizations in successful safety culture transformation initiatives.
Member: $60      Alliance Member: $60     Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Safety Builder Construction Orientation**
May 18 (8:00 am to 12:30 pm)

This course is specifically designed for newly hired and temporary construction workers as an introduction to the basic elements of workplace safety. It will provide a common sense approach to construction safety to teach them to stay safe and productive in the field. This session applies to both commercial and residential companies. This class is also a good refresher for experienced workers. Topics of discussion include:
• Understanding OSHA
• Employee and Employer responsibilities for Construction Safety
• Hazards in Construction
• Hazard Communication
• Confined Space
• Material Handling
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Scaffold Safety
• Ladder Safety
• Fall Protection
• Electrical Safety
• Trenching and Excavation
Member: $55     Alliance Member: $55     Non-member: $65
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Bloodborne & Airborne Pathogens**
May 24 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)

This NSC course focuses on how to protect employees from blood and airborne pathogens and what to do if exposure occurs. Session will cover an introduction to bloodborne pathogens including hepatitis viruses and HIV, Airborne pathogens including tuberculosis, proven steps to reduce exposure and prevent infection, and exposure control plans.
Member: $55     Alliance Member: $55     Non-member: $70
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Open Safety Forum (Free)
May 25 (8:30 am to 10:30 am)

Looking for fresh ideas or just a lively discussion about safety? This new Open Safety Forum may just be what you are looking for. Our moderator will start the session out with a topic of discussion and then it is open for other ideas and sharing.
For this first session, bring your best safety app, techie tools or anything in your arsenal that makes your life easier as a safety professional!
Free for all attendees. Seating is limited, please RSVP by May 18, 2017.

How to Develop Your Safety Program**
June 6 (8:00 am to 12:30 pm)

CSA has developed this half-day training with easy to follow, step-by-step instruction for developing a safety program. This course is beneficial for small companies that need help with developing a safety program or for companies that have a program, but are not sure that it meets the industry standard. The following safety management elements will be included:
• Management commitment and written plan
• Employee orientation and involvement
• Hazard identification, evaluation and control
• Hazard communication (inventory, SDS, labeling)
• OSHA Recordkeeping (OSHA 300 Logs and Form 301)
• Emergency Preparedness
Member: $105     Alliance Member: $105     Non-member: $135
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Crane Rigging Fundamentals (#800)
June 12 (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

Are you required to rig loads for lifting by overhead cranes? This course is for you. Floor crane operators and others working with overhead cranes will benefit from this course. You’ll receive a pocket handbook highlighting good and bad rigging practices, sling capacities and how to calculate unknown loads. In addition to a course workbook participants will also receive a pocket handbook which highlights good and bad rigging practices, sling capacities and how to calculate unknown loads.
Course Objectives:
• Identify safe rigging practices
• Conduct prior to use inspections
• Understand basic rigging principles
• Load weight determination
• Turning load
Brought to you by the Konecranes Training Institute.
Member: $415      Alliance Member: $415      Non-member: $515

Webinar! Workplace Violence and Prevention Strategies
June 13 (9:00 am to 11:00 am)

Nearly 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year and it is believed that more cases go unreported. For this reason, violence in the workplace is a concern for companies large and small. We also know that when companies take a proactive stand against problematic behaviors, they will be more successful in deterring workplace violence. By detecting and interceding “at risk” or intimidating behavior in the early stages, the threat can oftentimes be mitigated and/or avoided before it becomes dangerous or even life threatening. This program will provide attendees with and understanding of the scope of the problem and strategies that can help identify and prevent workplace violence.
What we will cover
• Types of workplace violence and myths
• Behavioral considerations impacting workplace violence
   o Cultural and diversity considerations
   o Group prejudice considerations
• Prevention strategies
• Responding to workplace violence
Member: $70      Alliance Member: $70     Non-member: $80

 
Crane Inspection (#819)
June 13-15 (3 Days) (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

Gain a working knowledge of inspection criteria for the majority of cranes in general industry. Understand OSHA, CMAA and ANSI/ ASME codes and regulations. A crane inspection card will be awarded to those who pass the evaluation test.
Course Objectives:
• Perform inspections in accordance with all pertinent codes and regulations
• Understand and interpret applicable sections of OSHA Title 29 regulations (OSHA 29CFR)
• Have a working knowledge of ANSI/ASME Standard B30
• Recognize and perform required record keeping
• Be able to perform consistent, comprehensive crane inspections
Brought to you by the Konecranes Training Institute.
Member: $1415      Alliance Member: $1415      Non-member: $1615

Crane Inspection Refresher (#820)
June 16 (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

This course discusses any regulatory agency requirement changes, record keeping, and new/different inspection criteria/techniques. Prerequisite is the successful completion of either the 819 or 820 course within the last two years. A written evaluation must be passed to reissue the crane inspection cards for another two years. Students should bring course books provided at their initial course.
Course Objectives:
• Perform inspections in accordance with all pertinent codes and regulations
• Understand and interpret applicable sections of OSHA Title 29 regulations
• Working knowledge of ANSI/ASME Standard B30
• Recognize and perform record keeping
• Be able to perform consistent, comprehensive crane inspections
Brought to you by the Konecranes Training Institute.
Member: $475      Alliance Member: $475      Non-member: $575

Office Safety Essentials Workshop**
July 18 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)

Offices are usually viewed as a safe work environment when compared to other types of work places, but questioning this reveals everyday hazards that can cause serious harm to workers. Key sources for hazards in offices include distracted walking, hazardous chemicals that are used in office machines, for cleaning and maintenance, repetitive motion and related stress and the ever-present hazard of falls. The information discussed in this program will help employers and employees identify and evaluate existing or potential hazards. It will also provide resources to help with training and incident prevention.
What we will cover:
• Slip, trip and fall hazards
• Struck/caught by injuries and hazards
• Back injury prevention
• Office ergonomics and work station setup and design considerations
• Fire safety and emergency response
• Office Safety programs and administrative considerations
o Employee travel/driving for business
o OSHA compliance considerations
Member: $60      Alliance Member: $60      Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group


Fire Extinguisher Training (includes Hands-On Practice)**
July 20 (8:00 am to 10:00 am)

I
t’s a fact that trained individuals are 250 percent more effective in extinguishing fires. Discussion includes sources of fire, classes of fire, extinguisher types and identification, and assessing a fire situation. Each student will receive hands-on practice using our BullEx BullsEye digital fire and laser extinguisher!  Two employees for the price of one:
Member: $55 Alliance Member: $55 Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Office Safety Essentials Workshop – Colorado Springs, CO**
August 3 (9:00 am to 11:30 am)

Offices are usually viewed as a safe work environment when compared to other types of work places, but questioning this reveals everyday hazards that can cause serious harm to workers. Key sources for hazards in offices include distracted walking, hazardous chemicals that are used in office machines, for cleaning and maintenance, repetitive motion and related stress and the ever-present hazard of falls. The information discussed in this program will help employers and employees identify and evaluate existing or potential hazards. It will also provide resources to help with training and incident prevention.
What we will cover:
• Slip, trip and fall hazards
• Struck/caught by injuries and hazards
• Back injury prevention
• Office ergonomics and work station setup and design considerations
• Fire safety and emergency response
• Office Safety programs and administrative considerations
   o Employee travel/driving for business
   o OSHA compliance considerations
Member: $60     Alliance Member: $60     Non-member: $75
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Emergency Action Plans and Response Preparedness**
August 10 (8:00 am to 2:00 pm)

Having an effective Emergency Action Plan in place helps to ensure that employees are prepared when an emergency or crisis arises. Emergencies to be prepared for include fire, medical emergencies, explosions, bomb threats, civil disturbances and environmental emergencies. This program will include
 - Planning
- Recognizing an emergency
- Basics of incident command
- Training Emergency response teams and response activities
Member: $130     Alliance Member: $130     Non-member: $170
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens**
August 15 (8:00 am to 10:30 am)

This NSC course focuses on how to protect employees from blood and airborne pathogens and what to do if exposure occurs. Session will cover an introduction to bloodborne pathogens including hepatitis viruses and HIV, and airborne pathogens including tuberculosis, plus proven steps to reduce exposure and prevent infection, and exposure control plans.
Member: $55     Alliance Member: $55     Non-member: $70
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Hazardous Materials DOT**
August 16 (8:00 am to 4:00 pm)

US DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) are complex. This class is an introduction to the safe shipment of hazardous materials by highway, rail, and air. Subjects include training requirements; identification of hazardous materials; shipping papers; incident reporting; and enforcement actions. Supplemental information regarding response to a hazardous material spill or leak will be addressed with the Emergency Response Guidebook.
Member: $189     Alliance Member: $189     Non-member: $209
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

Safety Builder Construction Orientation**
August 17 (8:00 am to 12:30 pm)

This course is specifically designed for newly hired and temporary construction workers as an introduction to the basic elements of workplace safety. It will provide a common sense approach to construction safety to teach them to stay safe and productive in the field. This session applies to both commercial and residential companies. This class is also a good refresher for experienced workers. Topics of discussion include:
• Understanding OSHA
• Employee and Employer responsibilities for Construction Safety
• Hazards in Construction
• Hazard Communication
• Confined Space
• Material Handling
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Scaffold Safety
• Ladder Safety
• Fall Protection
• Electrical Safety
• Trenching and Excavation
Member: $55     Alliance Member: $55     Non-member: $65
This session is approved for the Pinnacol Safety Group

CEAS I: Ergonomics Assessment Certification Workshop
August 24-25 (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

CSA has teamed up with The Back School of Atlanta to bring you this two-day certification workshop!
This training will teach you how to perform an OSHA-compliant ergonomics analysis applicable in the industrial, healthcare, and office workplace. You will learn to identify potential hazards that contribute to the development of musculoskeletal disorders. Using best practices, this method instructs implementation of cost-effective, high-impact solutions for prevention of workplace injury. By developing effective tools to market your ergonomics services, you can become a strategic partner with current and prospective internal and external customers in delivering practical solutions for risk reduction and increased employee productivity.
Course Objectives:
• Identify the anatomical areas susceptible to injuries and differentiate the causes, signs and symptoms of MSDs.
• Learn the elements and application of an OSHA ergonomics jobsite analysis form.
• Identify and implement correct methods for controlling risk factors.
• Demonstrate and practice prevention strategies.
• Explain successful marketing techniques for ergonomics programs.
• Practice ergonomics problem solving.
At the completion of this workshop, you will have earned your designation as a Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist (CEAS) and receive 1.5 CEUs (in most states).
All participants: $530 (14 day advance price)

Breakfast Club: Breakfast with OSHA (Members Only)
August 29 (8:00 am to 9:00 am)

Join us for this informative session and a bite to eat! This free Members Only event provides an opportunity to get answers from OSHA on your questions. In addition to your questions, topics of the moment will be discussed. RSVP by August 22, 2017.

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4/29/2017
Defensive Driving 6 Hour Basic (Saturday)

5/10/2017
Hazard Communication and GHS Training

5/11/2017
Forklift Operator Instructor Development

5/16/2017
Workplace Violence and Prevention Strategies

5/17/2017
Achieving a World Class Safety Culture

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