Please fill out the form to the right to view this recorded webinar and download the slides>>Recorded on Tuesday February 5, 2013
Agricultural safety awareness is on the rise in the United StatesFatalities in the agricultural industry have climbed to the number two spot on the list of industries with the most annual fatalities only behind mining. Equipment dealers make large positive contributions to the agricultural industry in protecting farm employees, however, equipment dealerships pose risk to their own employees too. Agricultural equipment dealers put employees safety at risk in many ways including chemicals they use, machinery they are around, and the general environment they are exposed to.
OSHA, EPA, and DOT set forth many regulations that must be followed in order to keep safety, environmental, and transportation awareness at the forefront of any employees mind. This webinar is intended to educate agricultural equipment dealer management and employees in the main components of environmental and safety compliance. The webinar will cover topics including: The Top 10 OSHA Citable Offenses, EPA SPCC plans, Hazardous Waste Management, What to Do When a Compliance Officer is Onsite, DOT regulations, and more…. Presented by:
- Glorianna Cooley E&S Engineer, KPA Glorianna came to KPA in 2008 and is a Registered Environmental Manager (REM) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Prior to KPA, Glorianna worked in the Environmental and Safety role for various companies around Columbus, OH. She has an excellent rapport with her client base and has won company awards for her commitment to excellence.
- Zach Pucillo Engineer IV, KPA Zach Pucillo has worked for KPA as an Environmental and Safety Engineer for the past 6 years. He has assisted automotive dealerships, manufacturing plants, and warehouses with compliance and reducing the number of accidents. Zach is a Certified Safety Professional and an authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer.
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