OSHA 10-Hour Safety Course
April 23-24, 2017 | April 23 — 2:00-6:00 p.m.; and April 24 — 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. | Sheraton Cleveland Airport, Cleveland, Ohio
Instructor: Douglas Jeter, Verity Technical Consultants, LLC, adjunct professor
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On or Before
April 7, 2017
April 7, 2017
If you have questions about registration, please contact Customer Service at 866-721-3322 (option 6) or 1-240-646-7054.
ACerS Targeted Learning Workshops are sponsored by ACerS Manufacturing Division.
This course will provide an introduction to general industry safety as well as health hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention. Workers, supervisors, and managers who have not previously had formal training in safety or OSHA regulations will benefit from this course. Topics will include:
- Introduction to OSHA
- Walking and Working Surfaces
- Fall Protection
- Exit Routes and Emergency Action Plans
- Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection
- Machine Guarding
- Control of Hazardous Energy (Lock Out, Tag Out)
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Hazard Communication
- Materials Handling
- Hazardous Materials, including Crystalline Silica
An added benefit of this course will be the in-person discussions that will take place between the instructor and students. Come prepared to share what has worked to improve safety in your factory!
Since OSHA regulations limit class time to 7.5 hours per day, this 10-hour course will be taught during the afternoon of Sunday, April 23rd and the morning / early afternoon of April 24th, 2017. Attendance for the full ten (10) hours is required in order to successfully complete the course.
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
- Explain OSHA’s purpose and how its standards serve to make the industrial workplace safer.
- Discuss the major areas of industrial safety to which OSHA standards apply, know where to find those standards, and understand what those standards mandate.
- Understand what employer/employee issues OSHA covers, how and when to contact OSHA, and what protections OSHA may provide.
- Recognize overall safety practices relevant to the industrial workplace, and explain what precautions to take against on-the-job hazards.
Included in the Course:
- A current copy of the “29 CFR 1910 OSHA General Industry Regulations” manual, which serves as the course text.
- After successful completion of the course, each student will receive an OSHA 10-hour card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Refreshments during breaks on both days and lunch on Monday.
J. Douglas Jeter, P.E. received his B.S. in Ceramic Engineering from Clemson University, his M.S in Ceramic Science and Engineering from Rutgers University, and took the Ceramic Engineering exam for his P.E. license. In 2010, he founded Verity Technical Consultants, LLC, where he provides forensic investigations for failures of materials and workplace safety incidents, as well as industrial consulting. In addition, Jeter has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels as an Adjunct Professor.
Jeter has held technical and managerial positions with GE Aircraft Engines, GE Nuclear Energy, Owens Corning Composites, Owens Corning Science & Technology, Coors Biomedical Company, Bell-South=Chile, Battelle Memorial Institute, Edison Welding Institute, and SCI Engineered Materials. Prior to starting Verity Technical Consultants, he performed forensic investigations with Robson Forensic.
Jeter is an OSHA Authorized General Industry Trainer, has completed OSHA’s General Industry Safety Professional Certificate Program, and is recognized as an Associate Safety Professional (ASP) by the Bureau of Certified Safety Professionals. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in eight states and maintains a record with the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). He is a member of the American Ceramic Society, ASM International, the National Institute of Ceramic Engineers, Keramos, and Tau Beta Pi.
Jeter brings to the classroom the knowledge gained from his investigations of industrial accidents, as well as his shop-floor factory experience as an engineer and supervisor. His teaching experience enables him to explain difficult technical and safety concepts in ways that are easily understood.
ACerS reserves the right to cancel a course up to 4 weeks before the scheduled presentation date. Please contact ACerS customer service at 1-866-721-3322 or 1-240-646-7054 to confirm that the course is happening before purchasing your airline tickets. ACerS is not responsible for the purchase of non-refundable airline tickets or the cancellation/change fees associated with canceling a flight.