Metro NY AIHA Local Section October 19, 2022 Virtual Meeting: Laboratory Safety and Management of Change
Guest Speaker: Vince Daliessio, CIH
EHS Division Manager, Pennoni Associates
Topic: Laboratory Safety and Management of Change
When: Wednesday, October 19, 2022 at 6pm EST
Attendance Fee: Free for All
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The Puerto Rico Field Federal Safety and Health Council (PRFFSHC) invites you to their 4th Annual Safety, Health, and Environmental Conference – Strengthening your EHS Culture.
The Conference is free of charge and is open to the federal, state, and private sectors. All sessions will be delivered in English.
Dates: October 26-27, 2022
Platform: MS Teams
Topics (subject to change):
· OSHA Update
· OSHA’s Role in Emergency Response
· The Monkeypox pandemic: A public health emergency
· Most Frequently Cited Standards
· Utilizing drones to enhance investigations
· OSHA Enforcement in the Federal Sector
· Ergonomics – The Body Dimension project
· Investigating Odor Complaints
· Understanding Lead in Paint: Sampling, Sample Result Interpretation, and Remedial Actions
· Earthquakes – Beyond the basics
· Dog Bites Prevention
· Improving our Emotional Intelligence
If you would like to attend the Conference and have not registered yet, please do so at https://forms.gle/ndfhzFB7TTXzhxMK7. Spaces are limited; access to the Conference will be granted on a first come, first served basis.
Join ASSP Long Island Chapter for our end-of-chapter-year event on Thursday, August 25th at 7:00pm. This will feature an evening boat cruise on “The Moonchaser” from Captree over to Flynn’s on Fire Island for a Lobster/Prime Rib Buffet.
The cost of the meeting is $10 for members and $20 for guests, which will include dinner and the boat ride over. Seating is limited, RSVP ASAP!
Please note, the boat leaves from the dock at 7:00pm sharp, so please arrive at 6:45pm the latest. The boat leaves Fire Island at 10:30pm to return to Captree.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Join Survival Med, an affiliate of the Wilderness Medical Society for a live Zoom course taught by wilderness medicine physicians. This $35 interactive course will include live step-by-step instructions on dressing wounds and stopping bleeding, tying tourniquets, creating splints, treating hypothermia, improvising braces for injuries, demonstrating use of a basic medical kit, and more. To earn the Wilderness First Aid certification, you can take a short exam after the course (included in the cost). Additional information including available dates/times and registration details can be found at the following link: