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FY 2017 Federal Agency Training Week (FEDWEEK)

FY2017 FEDWEEK Program

Below is the training schedule for FEDWEEK 2017. The registration package is being finalized by the OSHA Training Institute (OTI). The full FEDWEEK page will be posted after the registration package is received from OTI.


Tuesday, August 1, 2017

DATE/TIME

TOPIC

TOPIC

TOPIC

8:30am - 11:45 am

Concurrent Sessions

Session A1

9245 - Recommended Practices for S & H Programs

Classroom 1

Erwin & Wilkerson

Session A2

9203 - Electrical

Classroom 3

Hernandez

Session A3

9115 - Distracted Driving

Classroom 4

Kleczynski

Lunch

 

 

 

1:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions

 

Session B1

9225 - Office Ergonomics

Classroom 1

Donaldson

Session B2

9056 - Hazard Communication

Classroom 3

Nevarez & Skolnik

Session B3

9233 - Indoor Air Quality

Classroom 4

Gackle

 

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

DATE/TIME

TOPIC

TOPIC

TOPIC

8:30am - 11:45 am

Concurrent Sessions

Session C1

9225 - Office Ergonomics

Classroom 1

Donaldson

Session C2

9046 - Workplace Violence

Classroom 3

Weakley

Session C3

9233 - Indoor Air Quality

Classroom 4

Gackle

Lunch

 

 

 

1:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions

Session D1

9207 - Fire Protection

Classroom 1

Leikness

Session D2

9203 - Electrical

Classroom 3

Hernandez

Session D3

9138 - Walking/Working Surfaces

Classroom 4

Dub

 

Thursday, August 3, 2017

DATE/TIME

TOPIC

TOPIC

TOPIC

8:30am - 11:45 am

Concurrent Sessions

Session E1

9207 - Fire Protection

Classroom 1

Leikness

Session E2

9046 - Workplace Violence

Classroom 3

Weakley

Session E3

9138 - Walking/Working Surfaces

Classroom 4

Dub

Lunch

 

 

 

1:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions

Session F1

9245 - Recommended Practices for S & H Programs

Classroom 1

Erwin & Wilkerson

Session F2

9056 - Hazard Communication

Classroom 3

Nevarez & Skolnik

Session F3

9115 - Distracted Driving

Classroom 4

Kleczynski

FEDWEEK 2017 REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

REGISTRATION STEPS FOR SELF-ENROLLMENT:

  1. Go to https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0019-0016-073A8C0CA50241D19A2A7D535FA275EF
  2. Click the “Registration now” button.
  3. Complete the “Registration” form.
  4. Click the “Submit Registration” button.
  5. You will receive an email from usdol@abcsignup-mail.com. Save this email. (If you do not receive an email, check your clutter, junk, spam, etc. folders.)
  6. Follow the link in the registration confirmation email to view your seminar schedule, print this schedule and bring with you.

TIPS FOR SECCESSFUL REGISTRATION

  • Register for only one seminar per time block.
  • Pre-registration is required for all seminars. Walk-ins are not accepted.
  • The registration deadline is July 21, 2017.
  • Cancel enrollment as early as possible if you are unable to attend.
  • Print a copy of your schedule and bring it with you to FedWeek 2017.
  • Space is limited. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

CHANGES OR CANCELLATIONS

Follow the instructions on your registration confirmation email for cancelling enrollment or making changes to your seminar selections.

Seminar Descriptions

Seminar 9207: Fire Protection
This seminar provides an overview of the common fire protection hazards found in the workplace, and primary methods of preventing or controlling employee exposure.
Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for reporting or referring potential fire protection-related hazards created by workplace exposures.

Seminar 9046: Workplace Violence
Presentation on workplace violence will focus on how OSHA addresses workplace violence. In addition, the seminar will cover types of preventive measures employers can take in order to reduce or eliminate the potential for workplace violence.
Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for reporting or referring potential hazards to safety officers in your agency.

Seminar 9056: Hazard Communications - Aligning with GHS
At the end of the seminar, trainees will have a working knowledge of the United Nations' Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and the corresponding OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS).
Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for reporting or referring potential hazards to safety officers in your agency.

Seminar 9115: Distracted Driving
Course is intended to bring to the forefront hazards involving and new regulations about Distracted Driving.
Intended audience: All personnel involved in the operation or riding as a passenger of a work vehicle, government vehicle or privately owned vehicle.

Seminar 9138: Walking/Working Surfaces
This seminar provides an overview of the common slip, trip and fall hazards found in the workplace, the new OSHA walking-working surface standard for general industry and primary methods of preventing or controlling employee exposure.
Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for reporting or referring potential hazards created by workplace exposures.

Seminar 9203: Electrical
This seminar provides a broad overview of common electrical hazards found in the workplace and primary methods of preventing or controlling employee exposure.
Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for reporting or referring potential electrical hazards created by workplace exposures.

Seminar 9225: Office Ergonomics
This seminar provides a broad overview of ergonomics principles with a focus on how these are applied to workstations in an office or administrative environment.
Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for reporting or referring potential ergonomic hazards to safety officers in your agency.

Seminar 9233: Indoor Air Quality
This seminar provides a broad overview of indoor air quality issues. Focus is placed on the nature and causes of indoor air problems in office building environments.
Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for reporting or referring potential hazards to safety officers in your agency.

Seminar 9245: Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs
This seminar provides an overview of the critical elements and the application of safety and health programs (SHP) to the workplace environment. This is based on OSHA’s Voluntary Guidelines published in 2016.
Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for supporting or participating in the implementation and/or the assessment of SHP effectiveness. HINT: Every Federal Employee in the workplace.

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