6th Annual Safety & Health Conference
November 29 & 30, 2017
Holiday Inn, Fargo, ND
The purpose of the NRASP Annual Safety Conference is to enhance the development of safety, health, and environmental professionals by providing quality speakers and learning opportunities.
All NRASP members are invited to attend along with members of other similar safety organizations in North Dakota. Individuals will gain a greater understanding of rules and regulations related to workplace safety and how to implement policies effectively, as well as, sessions towards safety cultures and employee participation. Best practices are also shared among attendees during breaks allowing the safety community to grow within the Fargo/Moorhead/West Fargo area.
The primary goal is to offer attendees the opportunity to enhance and further their education by offering quality keynotes, training and breakout sessions.
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PRE-CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 20
OSHA 10 – General Industry - $50
Ben Doyle, M State
November 28th – 8:00am-4:00pm (lunch included)
November 29th - 8:00am-Noon
This course is designed for general industry workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910 that need to receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on specific hazards of the job. This course is intended for entry-level general industry workers. Industries include but are not limited to health care, manufacturing, warehousing, distribution and retail.
OSHA 10 – Construction - $50
Jack Kolberg, AGC
November 28th - 8:00am-4:00pm (lunch included)
November 29th – 8:00am-noon
Class capped at 26
This course is designed for construction workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926 that need to receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on specific hazards of the job. This course is intended for entry-level construction workers.
First Aid; CPR/AED - $40
Todd Church, M State
November 28th - 9:00am-4:00pm (lunch included)Classes capped at 18
The First Aid course will teach participants to react to medical emergencies involving shock, bleeding and wounds, poisoning, burns, heat and cold related injuries, bone and joint injuries, and medical emergencies. This course is suitable for anyone who wants or needs basic first aid knowledge as part of their job requirement or their own personal information. Accomplishment of these goals will be measured through practical exercises.
The CPR course is designed to instruct the participant to perform basic life support to an adult victim of a cardiac emergency, along with the training for use of an AED. The course teaches only those skills to provide care to the adult victim. The course meets the standards for American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or the National Safety Council.