• Construction Safety & Injury Prevention Program (CSIP) : Safety Manager/Coordinator Training (The Big Island)

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    Name: Construction Safety & Injury Prevention Program (CSIP) : Safety Manager/Coordinator Training (The Big Island)
    Date: August 9, 2017
    Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM HST
    Website: biahawaii.org
    Registration: Register Now
    Event Description:
    BIA's Construction Safety & Injury Prevention (CSIP) Program is available statewide to address construction safety and health hazards, targeting workers, safety staff, managers, and owners.

    The CSIP Program addresses the HIOSH State and Federal Construction standards compliance, in particular regarding the injury prevention, with the goal of improving workplace safety and health through the management of occupational safety and health standards, by helping Hawaii's construction businesses train workers, safety staff, and employers in safety and injury prevention. 

    Ideal for those managers, directors, supervisors and/or project leaders who are responsible for their company's safety program (commonly referred to as the Collateral Duty Safety Officer), Safety Manager/Coordinator Training will focus on the tolls and resources to recognize workplace hazards, understand how to report and eliminate hazards, and engage workers and managers to participate in a community culture that values safety. 

    Topics Include:
    • Leadership Commitment To Operational Safety & Employee Engagement 
    • Hazard Identification Plan & Hazard Control
    • Safety Inspection Procedure & Incident Investigation Procedure
    • OSHA Inspections
    • Workplace Safety Rules & Job Safety Analysis
    • Emergency Planning & Emergency Response Procedures
    Training in Tagalog, Ilocano, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, and English.
    The Big Island
    Hilo Community College
    Building 388, Room 102
    1175 Manono St
    Hilo, HI 96720

    Date/Time Information:
    Wednesday, August 9 
    8am - 12pm
    Contact Information:
    Barbara Nishikawa
    Fees are covered by a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. 
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