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1 Presented by Bruce Drewes Idaho Technology Transfer Center - Boise, ID

2 FREE Safety Training for Idaho’s Workforce · In an effort to reduce hazards presently causing fatalities, injuries and illnesses on the job

3 Founder - Rick Callor of URS Boise, ID OSHA/MSHA Sanctioned Program Training Goal General Industry, Construction, Highway Maintenance/Construction

4 April in Pocatello, ID (since 2010) and October in Lewiston, ID (since 2010) Both Hosted by Idaho T2 Center Also: January in Boise, ID (since 2005) Hosted by URS February in Post Falls, ID (since 2008) Hosted by Idaho Forest Group March in Twin Falls, ID (2010) Hosted by College of Southern Idaho

5 Major local businesses help with Class Agenda Venue for Event Getting the Word Out/Advertising Finding Sponsors Financial Assistance Volunteers Providing Instructors

6 Sample Agenda: Introduction/OpeningHuman PerformanceCombustible DustBBS Training 10 Hr OSHA ConstructionDefensive DrivingVPP Road MapLockout/Tagout OSHA RecordkeepingMachine GuardingFlagger TrainingControl of Hazardous Energy VPP 101 Safety ManagementFirst Aid/CPRCrane ManagementMSHA Sand/Gravel Training Slam the Door On The Killer Four HAZMAT (includes Bloodborne Pathogens) SCBA Training (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus) Scaffolding Hazard Recognition10 Hr OSHA ConstructionSTART (Supervisor Training in Accident Reduction Techniques ADA Compliance Confined SpacesMUTCD/Work Zone SafetyWelding GasFall Protection Cranes/ANSI Standard Awareness Overhead Power LinesSafety/Electrical HazardsDOT Reasonable Suspicion Training for Drugs & Alcohol Arc FlashSafety LeadershipExcavation & TrenchingAccident Investigation Training Aerial Boom & Scissor LiftsRigging10 Hr OSHA General Industry Forklift Training

7 Sponsors donate funds – receive recognition for their contributions Funds used toward event expenses Supplies Class materials Administration

8 Pay fee for a booth - to display their safety products 2 day vendor show Money used for break refreshments

9 Qualified instructors volunteer their time

10 Locals help with registration, class organization, etc. Local Red Cross Public Health Districts

11 Pocatello & Lewiston – 2010 through Classes offered 1,889 Individuals Registered 3,216 Seats Filled 11,995 Total Hours Safety Training

12 On-line registration Participants register on-line free of charge Pocatello – idaho.orghttp://www.safetyfest-eastern idaho.org Lewiston –


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