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|8:00 8:30||Registration and continental breakfast|
|8:30 8:45||Welcome & Introduction||Kathleen Buckheit, MPH, RN, COHN-S/CM/SM, FAAOHN
|8:45 9:45||OSH Update- What’s New and Different?||David Coble, CSP, CTJ|
|9:45 10:30||New OSHA Letters of Interpretation||Bill Taylor, CSP, CTJ|
|10:30 10:45||Refreshment Break|
|10:45 11:30||What’s New With Respirators!||John “Pat” Curran, CIH|
|11:30 11:45||New Chromium CPL Key Points||John “Pat” Curran, CIH|
|11:45 1:00||Lunch (Trillium Dining Room)|
|1:00 1:15||People Do The Darnedest Things! (The Lighter Side of Safety)||Bill Taylor, CSP, CTJ|
|1:15 1:30||Who Pays for PPE and New Interpretations!||Bill Taylor, CSP, CTJ|
|1:30 1:45||Loading Docks Trailor Drop, Dock Shock||Jim Jones, ARM, CTJ|
|1:45 2:00||Cat 1-4 Machine Safeguarding||Jim Jones, ARM, CTJ|
|2:00 2:15||Lockout/Tagout the New OSHA CPL||Jim Jones, ARM, CTJ|
|2:15 2:45||Refreshment Break|
|2:45 3:30||Lockout/Tagout (General Motors Case, Johnson Controls Case, Multi-Employer Case)||Brian Caveney, MD, JD, MPH|
|3:30 4:00||OSHA Recordkeeping What’s New||David Coble, CSP, CTJ|
|4:00 4:30||Questions and Answers|
Friday, December 5, 2008
|8:00 8:30||Continential Breakfast|
|8:30 9:15||OSHA's New Electrical Standard||Jim Jones, ARM, CTJ|
|9:15 9:45||GHS and REACH||Maureen Ruskin|
|9:45 10:00||Refreshment Break|
|10:00 10:45||A Little Time on Nanotechnology!||Catherine Brennan|
|10:45 11:00||Fall Arrest Rescue Devices and the Aerial Lift Catapulting Problem||Jim Jones, ARM, CTJ|
|11:00 11:30||The Top Ten Most Cited||Bill Taylor, CSP, CTJ
|11:30 11:45||View from a Septuagenarian The Safety and Health Professional’s Key Challenges||Ray Boylston, CSP|
|11:45 12:00||Questions, Discussion, Evaluation, Wrap-up||David Coble, CSP, CTJ|
For information about bringing this type of course to your location, contact us via e-mail or call (919) 466-7506.
The team of Coble, Taylor & Jones Safety Associates, LLC and their special guest speakers will bring objective observations and practical advice about safety and health issues facing employers. Each conference presenter brings numerous years of experience in the field of occupational safety and health. Mr. Coble, Mr. Taylor and Mr. Jones each have 30-plus years of experience in safety and health with government, private industry, working for OSHA, and as consultants to a wide variety of employers in North America, South America, Europe and Africa.
Raymond P. Boylston, CSP is semi-retired after a 45-year safety career. He was with DuPont for 22 years helping the DuPont Kinston plant set a world safety record, was NC OSHA's first Director, founder of Ennis Lumsden Boylston and Associates in 1978, and was national president of the ASSE in 1989-1990. He is also a Fellow in the ASSE, and has received every major safety recognition.
Catherine Brennan is a Chemical Hygiene Officer in the Department of Environment, Health and Safety at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Kathleen Buckheit, MPH, RN, COHN-S/CM/SM, FAAOHN is the Director of Continuing Education at the North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Education and Research Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has over seventeen years experience in occupational health, including industry, ergonomics and occupational health nursing. She received an MPH at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BSN at Western Connecticut State College and RN from Mt. Sinai Hospital School of Nursing. Kathleen is passionate about providing quality education to occupational and environmental health and safety professionals.
Brian Caveney, MD, JD, MPH received an MD and JD from West Virginia University and an MPH from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Caveney is an Occupational Health Physician at Duke University Medical Center in the Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine. He is very active in medical and legal associations.
John “Pat” Curran, CIH received a degree from the University of Dayton in Mechanical Engineering. Pat is a recognized authority in industrial hygiene and respiratory protection and began his career with NC OSHA. He retired in 2004 as Manager of the Health Hazards Control Unit at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. He enjoys an active consulting business as well as retirement.
David F. Coble, MS, CSP has a total of 30 years of safety experience: 12 years with NC OSHA and 17 years in consulting. He is President of Coble, Taylor & Jones Safety Associates, LLC. He is an authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor, Chairman of the ASME/ANSI B15.1 Committee, a professional member of the ASSE since 1976, a frequent author and conference speaker, and has a Master's Degree in Safety Management from the University of Arizona.
Jim Jones, ME, ARM, is Vice President of Coble, Taylor & Jones Safety Associates, LLC. He has 30 years of safety experience including 5 years with NC OSHA, 12 years as corporate safety manager for a large retail and manufacturing chain, and 12 years in consulting. Mr. Jones is an authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor, professional member of the ASSE, and member of the ANSI 01 Woodworking Machinery committee.
Maureen Ruskin is Director, OSHA Directorate of Standards and Guidance, Office of Chemical Hazards and Metal, Washington, DC
Bill Taylor, CSP, is Vice President of Coble, Taylor & Jones Safety Associates, LLC. He has 29 years of safety experience with a large tobacco processing company, Safety Manager for the City of Durham for 10 years and 14 years in safety consulting. He is a professional member and a past president of the NC Chapter of the ASSE and the Mid-State Safety Council. He is also an authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor.
The Tradition Thirty Years of Excellence
For 30 years, manufacturing, service, commercial and government clients have attended the "Occupational Heath and Safety Update" for vital information on the latest happenings and changes to health, safety and environmental practice and regulation. This tradition, started by the founders of ELB & Associates, has been presented annually since 1978.
In order, to continue this tradition, CTJ consultants and the NC OSHERC have joined together to offer this year’s thirtieth Update. We are committed to bringing the same extraordinary level of information and service to this year’s program.
We hope you will make attending this Update a vital part of your health and safety program.