Pacific Coast Safety Fest, a safety and health training event offering classes related to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, will take place March 5-9, 2018, in California, Nevada, Hawaii and Arizona. This event is designed to raise awareness concerning pertinent safety and health hazards and best work practices, and helps fulfill OSHA’s mission that all workers return home safe each day.
Save the Date! March 5-9, 2018
Pacific Coast Safety Fest is open to contractors, small business owners, professional technical educators, businesses required to follow OSHA standards and anyone interested in creating a safer workplace.
Pacific Coast Safety Fest is proudly co-sponsored by the OSHA Training Institute Education Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District; California State University of Dominguez Hills, College of Extended Education; UC San Diego’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center; and Western OSHA Education Center at Arizona State University.
OSHA’s Pacific Coast Safety Fest is a low-cost ($20.00/course) informative seminar designed to enhance workplace safety.
Conference topics this year will be:
- Recordkeeping Rule Seminar – OSHA 7845
- Effective Leadership Traits of Successful Safety & Health Professionals
- Introduction to Safety and Health Management – OSHA 7500
- Ergonomic Guidelines for Nursing Homes – OSHA 7000
- OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course, 2 Days – (English)
- OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Course, 2 Days – (English)
Specific course dates and times can be found on each location page (links above). Check Chabot-Las Positas Community College District website to sign up for the courses, here is the link – http://osha4you.com/
Safety Fest is proudly co-sponsored by California State University of Dominguez Hills, College of Extended Education; The OSHA Training Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District; UC San Diego’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center; and Western OSHA Education Center at Arizona State University.
Safety Fest originated in Denver CO, in 2005 when the OSHA Regional office collaborated with several professional construction associations, an insurance company and the Colorado State University OSHA consultation project, to address fall protection issues in the construction industry. The idea was to hold a free or low cost event where all employees and employers could receive pertinent information concerning how to protect themselves and their employees from falls. The event was named Safety Fest of the West. This event has since evolved and continues in the Denver area today. Safety Fest has spread to different parts of the country and has various names such as The Pacific Coast Safety Fest and Safety Fest of the Great Northwest.