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Temporary Workers Safety Training
In 2013, OSHA introduced the Temporary Worker Initiative, which provided guidelines for temporary worker safety, including joint responsibility between the agency and host employer for all injuries/fatalities and record keeping guidelines. In this 35-minute course, participants will learn:
Enterprise pricing is available for NWRA members. Please contact Megan Passinger, Director – Education at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
ISRI Hazard Recognition Training Course
ISRI offers this free Hazard Recognition Training to the Waste and Recycling Industry as part of OSHA’s Susan Harwood Training Grant Program administered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
The following are dates and locations for the ISRI Hazard Recognition classes for October.
Again- these are free classes.
This class is free and is relevant to recyclers across all commodities who would like employees to learn more about hazard recognition and mitigation in the operations environment. This includes:
Those attending the class will also learn what a hazard assessment is and through group work how to build a PPE job hazard assessment.
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The National Waste & Recycling Association offers free webinars to members. Please refer to the Association’s “Events” calendar for a schedule of upcoming webinars.
Reducing Collisions Webinar
Did You Know There are Three Different Kinds of Distracted Driving? In mid-October, NWRA held a webinar on Reducing Collisions – Going Beyond Distracted Driving. See the below video to experience this informative discussion with Del Lisk, Vice President for Safety Services at Lytx, Scott Franklin, Area Safety Manager for Waste Management and Tony Hargis, NWRA National Safety Director.
The industry’s premier event, WasteExpo educational programming offers over 35 sessions on trending topics such as safety, recycling/resource recovery, hauling, landfill operations and technologies, legislative/regulatory, and leadership/business skills. Click here for more information on session topics along with registration fees for educational programming.