Salem, Oregon (KTVZ) – A two-day event in Bend that invites employers and workers to learn new skills to improve workplace safety and health and meet workplace safety and health professionals. We offer a variety of opportunities to network and share the best information. practice.
Topics for the Central Oregon Occupational Health and Safety Conference include providing fall protection, identifying hazards and investigating accidents, implementing safety and health in a variety of welding and cutting operations, addressing the risk of bloodborne pathogens, and injury and illness. includes appropriate records of
In addition to all these topics, the conference, taking place September 19-20 at the Riverhouse in Deschutes, will offer sessions focused on safety and health challenges in fire and emergency services.
On Monday, September 19, the conference will feature keynotes from nationally recognized speakers. Knight Leadership Her Solutions’ Marie Knight presents “Life and Leadership Lessons from Her Bucket of Popcorn.” It pulls familiar lines from screens big and small to reveal life and leadership lessons for success.
“In a nutshell, if you’re not living your life, something or someone is,” Knight said. “We have to be in control of how we lead our lives and be intentional. The future of is not yet written, no one has it, your future is what you make of it, so make it a good one.
The Oregon Department of Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA, Oregon), part of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, encourages employers, managers, and workers to attend conferences held in Bend. increase. This event is a joint effort of Oregon OSHA and the Central Oregon Health and Safety Association.
The Health and Safety Section of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Association helped create a fire truck for the conference. Track topics include reducing the negative effects of stress, improving employee psychological resilience, and dealing with natural gas emergencies.
The American Society of Safety Professionals Broken Top Chapter helped develop worker safety and health topics for safety professionals.
Other conference topics include:
- Tips for more effective safety training
- Lockout/tagout and machine protection
- Improving safety culture through safety and health management
- Limited space. do you have them? If so what now?
- Safety Committee: It’s time to level up!
- Respiratory protection program management and requirements
Registration for the two-day event is $210. Attendance on Mondays only is $90. Attendance on Tuesdays only is $120. For more information or to register, please visit safetyseries.cventevents.com/central22.
Oregon OSHA, a division of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, enforces the state’s workplace safety and health regulations and works to improve workplace safety and health for all Oregon workers. increase. For more information, visit osha.oregon.gov.
The Department of Consumer and Business Services is Oregon’s largest business regulatory and consumer protection agency. See www.oregon.gov/dcbs/ for more information.