NH General Industry Roundtables
Bringing business together to network and share ideas in the occupational safety and health community.
During the COVID-19 restrictive time the NH General Industry Roundtable will be replaced by the New England Rountable Series by Zoom. Please click here to visit our list of topics.
If interested in sponsoring future G.I. Roundtables, please contact: Jen English, OTI Education Center 800.449.6742 | OSHAed@keene.edu
TRAINING UPDATE: CONN-OSHA Training has gone virtual!
During the this COVID-19 restrictive time, CONN-OSHA training events will now be provided using the live video-based platform Zoom.
On the third Tuesday of every month, CONN-OSHA offers no-cost Breakfast Roundtable Meetings that cover subjects ranging from evacuation plans and fire extinguishers to air quality and ergonomics. The intent of these free 90-minute workshops is to discuss safety and health issues in a supportive and informal environment. The roundtable meetings are held from 8:15 am to 9:45 on the third Tuesday on the month via Zoom.
To register and for details on the monthly topics visit the CONN-OSHA Breakfast Roundtable webpage.
Contact John Able for updates, to register, and to be placed on the monthly email distribution list: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register for other no-cost CONN-OSHA training events go to http://www.ctdol.state.ct.us/osha/calendar.htm.
Western Massachusetts OSHA Alliance Meeting:
The third Friday of each month, 10 am -12 pm: download a Nov 2019 – Dec 2020 schedule.
How to identify the most appropriate equipment to use and their limitations, as well as how to calculate fall distances for the 3 basic types of Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS’s). You will also learn how to collect and calculate the fall protection information required for more complex fall situations and distances and the design requirements for manufacturer’s out-of-the-bag Horizontal Lifelines. Please bring a scientific calculator, or slide rule to training, if possible
Contact Richard Mears, email@example.com for more information.Please check back in May for details on our next presentation.
Rhode Island Roundtables – RI SAFER
During the COVID19 pandemic, SAFER is holding a weekly community discussion to share best practices, solve challenges and to promote wellness.
NOTE: Participants need to provide their own internet connection or hot spot; computer, tablet or smartphone; and coffee and calories
For more information and registration for a session, contact Bob Kunz, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safety Association of Rhode Island – SARI, www.safetyri.org
Please reserve your seat today by emailing Peter Turner at email@example.com.
The Safety Association of Rhode Island is a Non-profit Organization serving the Safety, Occupational Health and Environmental Community since 1949. We welcome members!
ASM Safety Roundtable
The Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts is proud to be part of an alliance with OSHA and the Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards (formerly Division of Occupational Safety), to provide the latest in Safety information and resources to ASM members. Under the ASM-OSHA-DLS Alliance banner, ASM holds regular “Safety Roundtables” featuring presentations and informal discussion covering best practices for providing a safe working environment. The 2-hour Safety Roundtables are free and open to all who are interested. Visit the ASM website (www.associatedsubs.com) for specific dates under the “events” tab. Attendees typically include company safety professionals as well as owners, project managers, and insurance specialists – together with representatives of OSHA and DLS. The Roundtable is Co-Chaired by Valerie Stone, Safety Director with TG Gallagher and Eric Stalmon, Vice-President of Safety & Training with the Marr Companies.