Since 2005, the Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange (SRBX) Safety Expo has provided thousands of construction professionals with affordable options for necessary safety certifications and advanced safety training. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, SRBX has been required to make a pivot. SRBX and our safety partners are rolling out a schedule of the Expo’s most popular classes, which will be offered throughout 2021 in SRBX’s in-house training facility in East Sacramento. As is customary with the Expo, we believe cost should not be a barrier in accessing safety training. Most classes will be priced at $49 or less, and a number will also be provided in Spanish. If you or your company have other training needs, please let us know!
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811 ONLINE - LEARN TO USE E-TICKETS
June 28, 11am - 1pm
October 6, 11am - 1pm
Bryan Harris and Chris Botting, USA North 811- Still Calling 811 and submitting your dig tickets over the phone? Take this course to become an E-Ticket User and sharpen your skills on our free all access platforms. Learn how to not only create and extend 811 tickets online but also manage all of your tickets in one place. Attendees of this course will receive login credentials for the all-access E-Ticket platform, learn various mapping skills, how to extend tickets, get remarks and much more.
30 COMMON OSHA CITATIONS
YOU CAN AVOID
June 29, 2pm - 4pm
October 7, 2pm - 4pm
Paul Andersen, OSHA Compliance Services, LLC – With 40,462 Cal/OSHA Standards, the rules are too numerous to memorize, not to mention often difficult to decipher.
In this presentation we will address 30 (plus) common violative conditions found on most construction sites. Understanding these basic issues will give you the opportunity to
improve job-site safety and avoid receiving a citation for issues that are easily avoidable.
This course is also offered in Spanish
ACTIVE SHOOTER ACTIVE THREATS
July 7, 8am-10am
October 12, 8am-10am
Nora O’brien, Connect Consulting Services- This dynamic class discussion will help give you and your families the tools to be prepared for an “Active Shooter”/Active Threat (with other type of weapon such as a knife) – prior, during, and after an incident. Class discussion will involve (1) mindset (2) awareness (3) run, hide, fight philosophy and (4) law enforcement arrival.
ANATOMY OF AN OSHA CITATION
June 22, 2pm-4pm
October 5, 2pm-4pm
Paul Andersen, OSHA Compliance Services, LLC -When OSHA conducts an inspection of your job site, you can be certain a citation will likely be issue.
In this presentation we will address the basic guidelines the OSHA Inspector "should" follow including but not limited to: Cal/OSHA 1BY, basic citation language, basic Cal/OSHA forms, the formula for determining the fine, the elements of the Multiple Employer Act and essential information of filing an appeal.
ASBESTOS, MOLD, AND
June 23, 8am - 11am
October 11, 8am - 11am
Carla Wroten, Cal Inc. – Attendees will learn to identify asbestos, mold, and silica before beginning renovation or demolition work. Attendees will learn about obtaining a Commercial Asbestos Survey for building permits, and the different Air Quality District regulations associated within their county. Attendees will receive a certificate for attending the course; the certificate is valid for 1 year. Limited class capacity.
BLUEPRINTS FOR SAFE DIGGING –
811 LAW AND BEST PRACTICES
June 28, 8am - 10am
October 6, 8am - 10am
Bryan Harris and Chris Botting, USA North 811- We’ll be taking a close look at California safe digging laws, best practices, and answering any questions you might have about the 811 process.
BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE (SIMPLE) INJURY, ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM
June 10, 2pm - 4pm
September 28, 2pm - 4pm
Paul Anderson, OSHA Compliance Services, LLC- Creating a successful IIPP does not isn’t a complicate process. Meeting the requirements of the Cal/OSHA regulation is the requirement, making it simple is the goal. So how do you create a successful IIPP that is simple?
In this presentation we will explain the 8 basic elements required by §3203 and the additional requirements for the Construction Industry found in §1509. We will also discuss what should and should not be a part of your IIPP document.
CAL/OSHA JUST SHOWED UP!
August 16, 2pm - 4pm
October 28, 2pm - 4pm
Michael Donlon, MD Safety Service- Cal/OSHA shows up without notice. This can be stressful and intimidating but the more you know the better it will go. This course will teach you about Cal/OSHA and their inspection procedures to better prepare you for an unannounced inspection.
June 1, 8am - 1:30pm
July 2, 8am - 1:30pm
Greg Landin and Abby Wik, Rescue Training Institute – Learn Medic First Aids’ adult CPR, AED (automatic external defibrillator) use and first aid administration. This program will help employees meet OSHA and other federal and state requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work. Limited class capacity.
FALL PROTECTION AWARENESS
MACHINE GUARDING AND
BASIC TOOL SAFETY
September 2, 2pm - 4pm
November 5, 2pm - 4pm
Michael Donlon, MD Safety Service- Construction tools and equipment are some of the most dangerous there are. This course will cover the basics of keeping tools in safe operating condition and ensuring workers are using them correctly.
THIS COURSE IS ALSO OFFERED IN SPANISH
"SAFETY FIRST!" AND OTHER LIES THAT I HAVE TOLD
October 4 1pm - 3pm
Adam Cleghorn, Jensen Precast- In the world of safety culture development, there are no set paths that can be taken to lead to organizational excellence. And though there are no set exacts to excellence, there are many ways in which we defeat our own efforts without even realizing. This presentation will take a lighthearted look at some of the life lessons of a career safety professional.
OSHA/ASME BASIC RIGGING
June 7, 12pm-4pm
June 8, 8am - 12pm
November 9, 12pm - 4pm
November 10, 8am - 12pm
Mary Beymer, West Coast Wire Rope & Rigging - This class is intended for those whose responsibilities include basic rigging for overhead lifting. It covers the selection, inspection and cautions to personnel and effects of the environment as specified by federal government and industry standards. Learn what it means to be a qualified competent rigger. This class has takeaways for all levels of experience in the industry.
FALL PROTECTION, PERSONAL FALL ARREST SYSTEMS USER TRAINING CERTIFICATION + LADDER SAFETY
June 24, 8am-3pm
(Part 1: 8am-12pm Part 2: 1pm-3pm)
Larry Markham, Leo Costa,
SAFE Safety Associates for Employers, LLC-
PART 1: 8AM - 12PM
This Fall Protection and PFAS User training will teach participants the necessary information for effective, fast, and safe rescue incorporating "Chair-In-The-Air" self-rescue and other rescue equipment techniques. These experiences trainers are committed and passionate about job site/ work place safety. They use a combination of classroom instruction, written tests and hands-on training including:
-The Fundamentals of Hierarchy and Fall Prevention and Protection.
-ABCDE-Anchor, Body Harness, Connector, Deceleration, Education
-Proper Selection of Harness, Adjustment & Fitting, and Wearing
-How to Inspect, Maintain and Store PFAS Equipment.
-Hands-on "Chair-In-The-Air' Self-Rescue Techniques
-PFAS User and Rescuer Duties and Responsibilities.
PART 2: 1PM - 3PM
When you think of ladders and ladder safety you might say to yourself, this is a simple tool I have used all my life, what could possibly go wrong? Let’s start with serious injuries or death. There are hundreds killed and more than 100,000 injured every year using ladders. We will talk about the acronym CLIMB when talking about ladder safety. Choose the right ladder, look at and inspect the ladder, Insure a safe ladder set up, Move safely with and on the ladder, and last Be a ladder safety expert. There will be many ladders used in the class to demonstrate different aspects of ladder safety.
SAFETY VS. COMPLIANCE
August 3, 2pm - 4pm
October 26, 2pm - 4pm
Paul Anderson, OSHA Compliance Services, LLC-
Does your Safety Program include the motto “Safety First”?
What does “Safety First” mean?
Are you Compliant or Complacent?
Employers face many challenges to be successful in today’s highly competitive environment. Ensuring a safety workplace and compliance with the many rules and regulations from the dozens of regulatory agencies is often perplexing. Understanding “Safety VS. Compliance” is a critical factor in creating a successful safety program. Creating a World Class Safety Program is an attainable goal following a few simple steps.
During this presentation we will discuss:
June 21, 2pm - 4pm
September 13, 2pm - 4pm
Silvia Fontes, Forensic Analytical Consulting Services- Crystalline silica is a common mineral found in such materials as sand, stone, concrete, and mortar Silica, though, can also be a hazard. To better protect workers, OSHA issued new respirable crystalline silica standards. This training offers a Silica in Construction Awareness course, which covers exposure control methods, respiratory protection, health effects, and other topics.
SITE SAFETY IMPLEMENTATION REQUIREMENTS
June 11, 2pm - 4pm
October 5, 2pm - 4pm
Joe Souza, Landmark Construction – What do I need to be in compliance? We will cover on-site requirements and what to do daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. What regulations apply to me? We will discuss how to identify hazards and control them. How do I do everything that is required of me? We will break things down, so you understand what requirements apply to you and how to implement them.
TOOLS FOR MANAGING DISASTER RESPONSE AND RECOVERY
September 9, 8am - 10am
Nora O’brien, Connect Consulting Services- This class will cover how to create an incident action plan to manage a disaster response and an after-action report and improvement plan to recover from disasters great and small.
VALLEY FEVER AWARENESS
June 3, 2pm - 4pm
September 1, 2pm - 4pm
Silvia Fontes, Forensic Analytical Consulting Services– Discussion on what is Valley Fever, how occurs, signs and symptoms, who is most likely at risk, how to identify activities that may increase exposure to Valley Fever, and controls to reduce risk of exposure.
WILDFIRE SMOKE IMPACT
August 31, 2pm - 4pm
Michael Alvarez, Cal/OSHA- Smoke from wildfires contains chemicals, gases and fine particles that can harm health. The greatest hazard comes from breathing fine particles in the air, which can reduce lung function, worsen asthma and other existing heart and lung conditions, and cause coughing, wheezing and difficulty breathing. This class will teach workers prevention and treatment strategies when working in Wildfire Smoke effected environments.
WORKPLACE VIOLENCE DE-ESCALATION
July 19, 8am - 10am
Nora O’brien, Connect Consulting Services- This class is packed with highly effective techniques and strategies that will give you a "Tactical Edge" in de-escalating potentially violent situations. This class includes early detection of warning signs and OSHA reporting requirements to keep the job site a safe working environment.
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CONTACT CARLISLE SANDEN AT CSANDEN@SRBX.ORG FOR SCHEDULING INFORMATION.
CONTACT CARLISLE SANDEN AT CSANDEN@SRBX.ORG FOR SCHEDULING INFORMATION.