Material handling. Machine safeguarding. Ergonomic design. Learn about these topics and many more in ASSE's first learning event focused on safety in the manufacturing workplace.
With expert speakers from the manufacturing sector, this virtual event takes ENTIRELY ON-DEMAND. No need to travel away from home to take part in an enriching learning experience.
- Material Handling, John W. Mroszczyk, PhD, PE, CSP
- Industrial Hygiene: A Vital Component in Manufacturing Safety, Denise Lee, EHS & Security Manager, John Crane Production Solutions
- Machine Safeguarding, John W. Mroszczyk, PhD, PE, CSP
- Effective Control of Hazardous Energy (LOTO) - What you need to know to ensure compliance with OSHA's LOTO standard, Deborah B. Shewitz, CSP, Shewitz Consulting, LLC, Cleveland Heights, OH and Carol J. Robinson, CSP, CIH, STC, Inc., Oakland, CA
- Machinery Safety Management in a Global Manufacturing Company, Christopher R. Milici, Director, Global EHS and Security, John Crane
- Managing Fall Protection in the Manufacturing Workplace, Craig Galecka, LJB and Jason Allen, EHS Supervisor, Amway
- OSHA's Silica Rule - Its Impact on Manufacturing, Thomas Slavin, CIH, CSP, CSHM, Consulting Industrial Hygienist, Cardno ChemRisk
- Implementing an Effective Ergonomics Program - The Honda Experience, Jose Carlos N. Banaag, Staff Engineer, Ergonomics, Honda North America Services, LLC
- 8 live webinars
- Recordings of the live sessions
- Slides from the sessions
- 1.0 CEUs
Virtual Symposium Pricing
- Member Price: $145.00
- AIHA/ACHMM Price: $155.00 (PLEASE NOTE: When registering online, you must enter the following coupon code AIHA1911 for a $10.00 discount. Register online as a "Non-Member" and enter this coupon code into the field for "Registration Discount Code".)
- List Price: $165.00
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Duration: Each of the eight educational recordings will last for 90 minutes
After taking part in these modules, you will be able to:
- Recall and take action on potential machine guarding and material handling issues found in the manufacturing workplace.
- Identify and help remedy IH-related issues in a manufacturing setting.
- Develop an industrial hygiene plan/sampling strategy and assess the results.
- Describe the best practices and lessons learned from a major international corporation on how it dealt with ergonomics issues within its manufacturing operations.
- Recall issues that exist around the use of "minor service exception" to the Lockout/Tagout standard?