Welcome to SCAIHA 

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SCAIHA SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS 2013

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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NIOSH EDUCATION & RESEARCH CENTER

"Courses That Make a Difference"

JULY TO SEPTEMBER 2014

www.ph.ucla.edu/erc/ced.php 

 

*Ergo Online:  Monthly Ergonomics Webinar 2014 Series:

Selected Tuesdays Every Month 11 am to noon Pacific-Time Basic to Intermediate or Advanced

For monthly topics and level (Basic/Intermediate or Advanced) please go to:

 http://www.ph.ucla.edu/erc/ergo-online-2013.htm

*OSHA TRAINING INSTITUTE COURSES AT UCLA Offered through a partnership of the SCERC and OSHA Training Institute Education Center at UC San Diego

To Register: http://osha.ucsd.edu(800) 358-9206 FOR 2014 Schedule: http://www.ph.ucla.edu/erc/osha.htm

*FEATURED CLASSES** 2 half day classes on July 30 at UCLA See Class Descriptions below

1)  WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMS                               

2)  WORK CULTURE TRANSFORMATION:  DO’S AND DON’TS OF CREATING A                        SAFETY CULTURE  

 

JULY

8-10  FUNDAMENTALS OF WORKPLACE SAFETY with OSHA 10-Hour card     This course provides intensive instruction on the basic skills needed to       manage a Safety Program for your company.                                 UCLA

14-17         OSHA 2225 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION                            UCLA

15     ERGO ONLINE:  MONTHLY WEBINAR SERIES                             ONLINE                                    “Baby Ergonomics”         11:00 –Noon Pacific Time         Basic

30     WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM½ DAY        UCLA                8:00 AM TO NOON   Training focuses on providing the tools and   resources to         establish a Clear and Legal Workplace Violence Prevention Program

30     WORK CULTURE TRANSFORMATION:  DO’S AND DON’TS OF     UCLA             CREATING A SAFETY CULTURE  ½ Day  Focus is on giving  clear and       tangible tools and understanding of the Best Practices that raise          accountability across your company’s spectrum.  You will also obtain a        deeper understanding of how to harmonize efforts with your risk     management department, middle managers and legal department.

AUGUST

4-7    OSHA 523 INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE                                      UCLA

5-7    INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL  Industrial Hygiene as a profession requires the recognition, evaluation and control of occupational health hazards within the work environment. Learn about the occupational activities that produce workplace hazards, the types of hazards and their physiological impact upon the worker, and methods of hazard reduction.  Acquire the knowledge you need to assess the effectiveness of an industrial program                      UC IRVINE

11-13         OSHA 503- GENERAL INDUSTRY UPDATE                  UCLA

14     OSHA 5039- Cal/OSHA STANDARDS FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY   UCLA

18-22 0SHA EM 385-40 HOUR MILITARY SAFETY              ORANGE COUNTY

19     ERGO ONLINE:  MONTHLY WEBINAR SERIES  “Ergonomic Questions and Answers”   Basic to Advanced 11:00 –Noon Pacific Time                                ONLINE

SEPTEMBER

9       ERGO ONLINE:  MONTHLY WEBINAR SERIES  “Current Ergonomic Fads, Research Refutations and Research Gaps”   Intermediate         11:00-Noon Pacific Time                                                                                           ONLINE

10-11         Sampling and Instrumentation Effectively develop the tools and skills to survey and evaluate workplace environments for exposure to particles, gasses, vapors, noise and heat stress.  Hands On demonstrations and exercises                                                                                                      UCLA

29-Oct. 2    OSHA 5119-Cal/OSHA Standards for General Industry                                                                                                         DOWNTOWN LA  

29-Oct. 3    Workplace Safety Week:  Safe Lifting, Confined Space Awareness, Incident Investigation Levels 1 and 2, Vehicle and Fleet Safety    ORANGE COUNTY

 

FOR DETAILS: www.ph.ucla.edu/erc/ced/php TO REGISTER: https://commerce.cashnet.com/socaleducationandresearchcenter

Phone 310 206.2304<310 794-9317 fax email erc@ph.ucla.edu

Of Special Interest to Safety Professionals

Other Courses Coming in 2014

Workplace Safety Week                                                        Sept/Oct/Nov             Safe Lifting

            Confined Space Awareness

            Incident Investigation Levels 1 and 2           

            Vehicle and Fleet Safety

Risk Communication Webinar

Level 1 – Fundamentals                                                         October 21 & 23

Level 2 - Advanced                                                                 December 2 & 4

Each Level in 2 2-Hour Sessions

PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION: ABIH-- Some of these courses have previously been awarded CM credit; some courses are new.  These courses contain varying contact hours which are listed on the website for the course; they may be eligible for ABIH CM credit. See ABIH web site for CM credit criteria.

REHS and BCSP POINTS HAVE BEEN APPROVED OR APPLIED FOR MOST OF THE ABOVE CLASSES.  The SCERC is an REHS Continuing Education Accrediting Agency approved by the CA Department of Public Health.

More details available for all information in this bulletin by contacting Arlene Feingold, SCERC Outreach Coordinator at: (310) 473-0434 feingold@ucla.edu or erc@ph.ucla.edu (310) 206-2304 Website: http://www.ph.ucla.edu/erc/ced.php

Workplace Safety & Health Professional Certificate

Professional  Certificate from a NIOSH Education & Research Center in the UCLA School of Public Health. Most of the above courses are eligible to substitute for Core Required Courses or Electives in the SCERC Workplace Safety & Health Professional Certificate

Details: www.ph.ucla.edu/erc/certificate.php

 

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