FY 2021 Federal Agency Virtual Training Week

FY2021 FEDWEEK Program

FEDWEEK 2021 is scheduled for August 3 – August 5, 2021. The program overview, seminar descriptions and registration instructions are provided for your information.  Please note that registration for FEDWEEK 2021 starts June 14 and ends July 27, 2021.

 

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

TIME

 

9:00 am – 11:15am
Central Time
Morning Session

6601

Construction Hazards - Focus 4

Signey Hernandez, Peter Kleczynski, Eric Reinhardt, Raul Ortiz

Lunch

 

1:00 pm – 3:15 pm
Central Time
Afternoon Session

6105

Accident Investigation

Eric Reinhardt & Raul Ortiz

 

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

TIME

 

9:00 am – 11:15am
Central Time
Morning Session

6404

Job Hazard Analysis

Jeff Taylor

Lunch

 

1:00 pm – 3:15 pm
Central Time
Afternoon Session

6407

Fire Protection

Keith Erwin & Joneen McElligott

 

Thursday, August 5, 2021

TIME

 

9:00 am – 11:15am
Central Time
Morning Session

6804

Carbon Monoxide

Steve Skolnik & Dave Novak

Lunch

 

1:00 pm – 3:15 pm
Central Time
Afternoon Session

6107

Recordkeeping & Reporting Requirements for Federal Agencies

Juan Nevarez & Sheila Hall

FedWeek 2021 Self-Enrollment/Cancellation Procedures

Join us for Virtual FEDWEEK 2021 August 3 through August 5, 2021

Conducted via WebEx platform

Access to WebEx available on the web or via WebEx Meetings app

REGISTRATION IS OPEN: JUNE 14 THROUGH JULY 27, 2021

YOU MUST ENROLL PRIOR TO ATTENDING VIRTUAL FEDWEEK

IMPORTANT – SELF-ENROLL JUNE 14 – JULY 27, 2021SEE DIRECTIONS BELOW

  1. Self-register in CourseMill and then
  2. Enroll in the FedWeek seminar(s) you wish to attend
  3. Your enrollment confirmation email from CourseMill will include instructions to attend the virtual seminar(s)

Follow instructions during enrollment to download materials for the seminars.
All materials are provided in PDF format for download. It is recommended that you download the materials from CourseMill prior to attending the WebEx session. If CourseMill download is not possible, the materials will be available for download in WebEx for 45 minutes prior to session start.

ATTENDING THE WEBEX SESSIONS – DO NOT SHARE WEBEX LINK WITH ANYONE NOT ENROLLED

  • Please sign-in 15 minutes prior to the session start; this will help manage the large number of participants and ensure a timely start. Sign-in is open for 15 minutes after session start time
  • Sign into WebEx with your first and last name as it appears in your enrollment, failure to sign in with the same first and last name may result in expulsion from the seminar; Your name must be on the enrollment list or you will be expelled from the seminar by the Host
  • You will enter the seminar in listen-only mode and will not be able to unmute
  • The sessions are integrated voice conferences, you must have VOIP (voice over internet protocol) capabilities; a call-in phone line is not provided
  • Submit questions via chat - send chat to all participants so everyone can see your questions
  • Remain in the seminar through the presentation to receive credit for attending

CREATE AN ACCOUNT/SELF-REGISTER IN COURSEMILL AND SELF-ENROLL IN FEDWEEK: [2-PART PROCESS]

PART 1 – CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT/SELF-REGISTER [CURRENT USERS GO TO PART II]

NOTE: If you attended Fed Week or enrolled in web-based training in CourseMill in the past, you already have an account. Please contact OTI Student Services at OTI.Registration@dol.gov for further instructions.

  1. Go to https://oshaelearning.coursemill.com/osha/Fed Week/index.html to access in CourseMill
  2. Click the “Self Register” button to begin the process of creating an account. IMPORTANT: Creating an account does not mean you are enrolled in a Fed Week 2021 seminar. You must self-enroll into the desired seminar(s) after you create an account.
  3. Complete the “Create New User” form:
    1. User ID is your work email address
    2. Organization is the federal department you work for (e.g., US Department of Agriculture, US Department of Defense, etc.)
    3. Full first name (no nicknames)
    4. Middle Initial
    5. Full last name
    6. Create a password following the password requirements listed below the field
    1. Address - work street address
    2. City - work city
    3. State - work state
    4. Zip/Postal - work zip code
    5. Country - work country
    6. Work Phone - work phone number
  4. Click the “Save” button and you are automatically logged into the system.

PART II – SELF-ENROLL / ALL USERS

  1. Click “Enroll” for FedWeek 2021 seminar to self-enroll
  2. Click “Yes,” when asked if you are sure you want to enroll
  3. Click “OK”
  4. Repeat steps 5-7 for each seminar you wish to attend

REMINDER, YOU MUST COMPLETE ALL STEPS IN THE 2-PART PROCESS:

  • Creating an account in CourseMill is only half of the process, you must complete the other half by enrolling in the individual FedWeek seminar(s)
  • Your enrollment email has your log-in information and confirms your self-registration was successful. If you do not receive the email after you’ve completed your enrollment, check your clutter, junk, spam, etc. folders.

DOWNLOAD SESSION MATERIALS/HANDOUTS [ALL MATERIALS ARE IN PDF FORMAT]:

From the CourseMill “My Courses” screen:

  • Click the “Resources” button, the “Resources” window appears
  • Click the Adobe PDF icon to open the file. Your device must have the Adobe Reader software installed. See your System Administrator if not installed.
  • From the Adobe interface, you can view, save, print, etc. individual seminar handouts

>>>>>>>>  TO RECEIVE YOUR CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FOR FEDWEEK 2021  <<<<<<<<

  • Certificates will be issued after the close of FedWeek. All participants that logged-in to seminar(s) in which they were enrolled will receive a Certificate of Completion. This process may take several weeks, please be patient, your certificate will be emailed to you.

CANCEL YOUR FEDWEEK 2021 ENROLLMENT:

Students should cancel enrollment as early as possible if they are unable to attend:

  • To cancel before the enrollment deadline, follow the cancellation steps below.
    Go to https://oshaelearning.coursemill.com/osha/Fed Week/index.html to log in, using the login credentials that you set up for yourself and were emailed to you when you self-enrolled
    1. Click on the information icon boxbox to display course details
    2. Click the “Unenroll” button at the bottom
    3. Click “Yes,” when asked if you are sure you want to remove the enrollment
    4. Click “OK” when prompted that you have been successfully unenrolled
  • To cancel after the enrollment deadline, email a request for cancellation to Student Services at
    OTI.Registration@dol.gov . The request must include your full name and cancellation reason.

FY21 VIRTUAL FEDWEEK SEMINAR DESCRIPTIONS

Seminar 6105: Accident Investigation.

This seminar provides an overview of the process of accident investigation to determine root causes.

Intended audience: Individuals who have occupational safety and health responsibilities for investigating accidents

Seminar 6107: Recordkeeping

This seminar provides an overview of the OSHA injury and illness record keeping requirements for Federal Agencies.

Intended audience: Federal agency managers, safety personnel and record keepers

Seminar 6404: Job Hazard Analysis.

This seminar will provide students with an overview of hazard recognition and control through the systematic analysis of the job tasks.

Intended audience: Employees responsible for determining the hazards associated with a task and the methods used to protect employees.

Seminar 6407: 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 6601: Construction Safety (Focus 4).

This seminar provides a broad overview of common construction safety 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 construction safety hazards created by workplace exposures

Seminar 6804: Carbon Monoxide.

This seminar will provide students with an overview of carbon monoxide gas, including sources of exposure, health hazards, permissible exposure limits, and controls.

Intended audience: Individuals who are responsible for recognizing, evaluating, and controlling health and safety exposures in the workplace