Pacific Coast Safety Fest is a training event sponsored by OSHA and hosted by the Region IX OSHA Training Institute Education Centers and the Safety Consultation and Training Section (SCATS) of the State of Nevada.
Training topics include: Understanding OSHA Worker Rights, Record keeping, Heat Stress, Emergency action Plans, and others.
A Free OSHA 10 Hour Cunstruction course will also be taught.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is introducing more durable and secure completion cards for its Outreach Training Program, including 10-hour and 30-hour voluntary safety classes. The new cards are intended to reduce fraud and improve efficiency.
OK, how many of you have completed you 2015 300A Summary? Everyone? Great! If not, you only have about 2 weeks to get them done. OSHA requires that all businesses that are required to maintain OSHA 300 Logs are to have their 300A Summary’s posted by February 1st. Do not post your 300 Log. (29 CFR 1904.32)
Next question. How long is the Summary required to be posted? Until April 30th is correct. (29 CFR 1904.32)
The CasaBlanca Resort and Casino (Mesquite Gaming, LLC) in Mesquite Nevada, has succeeded in becoming only the 4th recipient of the prestigious Safe Partner Award for 2015. The presentation was made on December 8 at the CasaBlanca in their Dunes Room.
As of June 10, 2015 OSHA 10/30 hour construction refresher training is no longer required.
The Nevada State legislature passed SB 233, which removes the requirement for a 10/30 hour refresher course for those holding 10 or 30 hour construction cards. The Governor signed this bill, and it became law as of June 10, 2015.
This means that if a person has the 10 or 30 hour OSHA construction card, Nevada no longer requires that they have refresher training, and the card is considered valid regardless of the date of issue.
WASHINGTON – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration today issued a final rule to increase protections for construction workers in confined spaces.
The statistics don’t lie. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the fatal injury rate for Hispanic workers is higher than the national average for all U.S. workers. Preliminary data shows that workplace injuries to Hispanics increased by 7% in 2013, compared to 2012, and Hispanics accounted for 18% of all fatal work injuries in 2013. As the percentage of Hispanic worker continues to increase in the American workforce we need to make sure that this at risk population is protected.
On February 1, 2015, employers who are required to keep Injury and Illness records must complete and post their OSHA 300A Annual Summary form for each of their establishments. The OSHA 300A must be posted from February 1 – April 30, 2015.
With the prominence of the Ebola outbreak in Africa and the appearance of cases in the United States it is important to have factual information. Learn about the virus, how it can be transmitted, and how you can protect yourself at:
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
The Centers for Disease Control
Carson City, NV- Division of Industrial Relations Administrator Don Soderberg recently appointed Jess Lankford as Chief Administrative Officer of the Nevada OSHA section. He will be responsible for managing internal and external relationships with private and public employers and employees statewide to regulate and promote workplace safety. The appointment is effective August 18.