2009 VPP Flag Presentation

2009 VPP Flag Presentation
Occupational Health And Safety
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The U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern’s Safety Manager Melissa Hastings introduces the guest speaker, Hershell Wolfe, principal assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Environment, Safety and Occupational Health), talks about how U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslatuern earned the Star Status or highest level by the Department of Defense Voluntary Protection Programs Center of Excellence in his speech at the DOD VPP Flag Presentation July 10 at the Armstrong Community Club on Vogelweh Housing. Wolfe stressed that USAGK the first Department of Defense and Army site overseas to achieve Star-site validation of the installation safety and health management system comparable to the U.S. Department of Labor?s Occupational Safety and Health Administration criteria. Photo by Christine June, USAG Kaiserslautern.

Process Safety Management – CalARP (1 of 2)

There are many similarities between the CalOSHA Process Safety Management (PSM) Program and CalARP Programs. But with the similarities also comes the differences. This class will outline the programs to compare and contrast the two. This is Part I of II. Clyde Trombettas is the District Manager for Cal/OSHAs Process Safety Management Statewide Unit. Clyde has worked for Cal/OSHA for over 10 years and has developed a strong understanding of the California occupational safety and health program and State and Federal organizational responsibilities for occupational safety and health. Clyde has worked with many industries and businesses providing information through seminars and training sessions about the California occupational safety and health program and the differences between State and Federal responsibilities. Clyde has provided occupational safety and health guidance to State agencies such as: the Office of Emergency Services, Department of Health Services, Division of Oil and Gas, and many county agencies throughout California and Federal agencies such as: Federal/OSHA and the Chemical Safety Board.
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Minister Cadieux attends opening of the Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences

Minister Cadieux attends opening of the Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences
Occupational Health And Safety
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September 6, 2011 – Minister Cadieux attended the grand opening of Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Services in Port Alberni. The new university is the first of its kind in British Columbia, offering workplace health education programs with a focus on occupational safety, rehabilitation and disability management. The Minister announced 0,000 in funding from WorkSafeBC that will help establish a research chair focusing on occupational health and safety. Minister Stephanie Cadieux (left) is joined by Ken Neumann, Viateur CamirĂ©, MP James Lunney and Wolfgang Zimmermann.

How to get Training and work as a Safety Professional in Calgary, Canada?

Question by helenus: How to get Training and work as a Safety Professional in Calgary, Canada?
What are the prospects for Health,Safety& Environment (HSE)Jobs in Calgary, Canada. How can one have training/certification in this proffession and what is the cost and period of the training. Any response will be appreciated.
Also information on Environmentalists?….What’s the remuneration like for Safety and Environmentalists in Calgary

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check manpower.com in the alberta section.

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Mary Bauer – Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – Breakfast with Bakke Norman

www.bakkenorman.com November 8, 2011 Mary Bauer, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – Compliance Assistant Specialist Mary’s discussion topic will be the construction industry regulatory environment. Mary Bauer is the Compliance Assistant Specialist — CAS — in Eau Claire Area OSHA Office. She has a bachelor’s degree from UW-Eau Claire and holds certifications for CSP (Certified Safety Professional) and CIH ( Certified Industrial Hygienist). Ms. Bauer was a Compliance Officer in the Eau Claire area for 20 years and holds six years as CAS. Compliance Assistance Specialists can provide general information about OSHA standards and compliance assistance resources. They respond to requests for help from a variety of groups, including small business, trade associations, union locals, and community and faith based groups. There is one Compliance Assistance Specialist in each OSHA Area Office in states under federal jurisdiction. They are available for seminars, workshops, and speaking events. They promote cooperative programs, such as Consultation Programs, the Voluntary Protection Programs, the Strategic Partnership Program, and the Alliance Program. They also promote OSHA’s training resources and the tools available on the OSHA website. http
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Cleaning up the Brisbane Markets after the floods

Cleaning up the Brisbane Markets after the floods
Occupational Health And Safety
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Private Adam Skinner is keen to do his bit for the huge clean-up effort at the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea after devastating floodwaters had receded. Private Skinner is an Army Reserve soldier from Bundaberg and parades with D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment (D Coy, 9 RQR).

Australian Defence Force personnel from D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment (D Coy, 9 RQR), assisted with the huge clean-up effort at the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea. Soldiers who had travelled to Brisbane from different locations around the state, worked to remove rotting food and flood-damaged debris as well as hose down and sanitise shopfronts and fence lines.

A storeroom was also established to enable civilian volunteers to collect safety equipment such as high-visibility vests, safety glasses and dust masks. Over the past two days supplies were issued to over 1,000 civilian and Defence volunteers to ensure Australian Standards of Occupational Health and Safety were achieved.

The Brisbane Markets supply 80% of Queensland’s fresh produce and it is essential that the clean-up is completed to the standards required by Brisbane City Council and Queensland Health Departments.

Members of the Australian Navy, Army and Air Force are serving as part of Operation Queensland Flood Assist to support the Queensland Government in dealing with the flood emergency that confronted the state during December 2010 and January 2011.

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Photographer: CPL Janine Fabre
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