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#2315 Job Safety Analysis & Personal Protective Equipment Safety Comm Spon Webinar IEPA#14226
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9/9/2019
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Presenter: Brain Jack
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#2315 Job Safety Analysis and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) 

Safety Committee Sponsored Webinar IEPA# 14226


RENEWAL TRAINING CREDIT HOURS FOR WATER OPERATORS AND ENGINEERS 1 TOTAL HOURS 1

TYPE: Technical
LIVE DATE: 09/09/19

IEPA#: 14226
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Summary:  Understanding what a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is and how to perform one is key to a safe work environment. You will learn how to analyze jobs and tasks to recognize hazards and create a step-by-step analysis that will focus on the relationship between the worker, task, tools, and environment. Learn what tasks need a JSA, describe the tasks, identify hazards, choose control methods, and implement procedures. The development of Job Safety Analyses will also help in the reduction of personal injuries and costs.

Presenter:  Brian Jack,  Brian has in the Public Works industry for 21 years as the current Utilities Superintendent for the Village of Lombard and previously as the Water and Sewer Superintendent for the Village of Oak Park. During this time Brian has served as the Safety Program Coordinator for the Village of Oak Park and now the Village of Lombard for the past 14 years. In 2003 Brian achieved the Advanced Safety Certificate from the National Safety Council for continuous learning and dedication to occupational safety and health.

Brian was also a member of the inaugural class of the Illinois Public Service Institute and graduated from the program in 2006. He is current Trustee for District 2C and is the Chair of the Safety and Emergency Planning Committee for ISAWWA and was a past member of the American Public Works Association Chicago Metro Chapter Education Committee. Brian also studied Aviation Management and Fight at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

 

COST & REGISTRATION: Illinois Section AWWA Members: FREE; Nonmembers: $30; IND: $25 

 

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