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The Mid America Safety, Health, and Environmental Conference and Expo is a safety and health event where you will experience in-depth professional development programs by some of the leading speakers in the nation, addressing all areas of occupational safety. These different areas include General Safety, Occupational Health, Environmental Safety, Construction Safety, Industrial Hygiene and Fire Safety and Loss Control. Over 80 educational and technical workshopswill be available along…See More
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Mid Am Safety, Health, and Environmental Conference and Expo at Tan Tar A Resort, Osage Beach, Missouri

April 30, 2012 to May 4, 2012
The Mid America Safety, Health, and Environmental Conference and Expo is a safety and health event where you will experience in-depth professional development programs by some of the leading speakers in the nation, addressing all areas of occupational safety. These different areas include General Safety, Occupational Health, Environmental Safety, Construction Safety, Industrial Hygiene and Fire Safety and Loss Control. Over 80 educational and technical workshopswill be available along…See More
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Mid Am Safety, Health, and Environmental Conference and Expo at Tan Tar A Resort, Osage Beach, Missouri

April 30, 2012 to May 4, 2012
The Mid America Safety, Health, and Environmental Conference and Expo is a safety and health event where you will experience in-depth professional development programs by some of the leading speakers in the nation, addressing all areas of occupational safety. These different areas include General Safety, Occupational Health, Environmental Safety, Construction Safety, Industrial Hygiene and Fire Safety and Loss Control. Over 80 educational and technical workshopswill be available along…See More
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At 1:45am on February 18, 2013, Frank Subzda said…

Dear Colleagues,

 

Nationally we are looking for qualified, independent instructors who would be willing to work part time teaching safety courses that are specifically tailored to meet the identified needs of one of our clients.  While these instructors would have little autonomy with course content, they will have the flexibility to meet state and local regulations as needed.  The courses our client is currently interested in are:

 

  • Aerial Lift (Bucket Truck)
  • Ladder Use and Safety
  • Confined Space and Gas Detection
  • Excavation and Trenching
  • Forklift Safety-Powered Industrial Truck
  • Work Zone Safety
  • CPR / First Aid (No Certificate Needed – Review Only)

 

If you know of interested instructors please have them contact Fran@ussafety.us

At 6:17pm on January 19, 2012, Ken Oswald said…
Welcome to the safety community. I hope you find it is a great network full of various safety professionals with lots of information through our blogs, forums and groups. Again welcome.

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