Whether you're an operator, manager, new employee, or emergency responder, CVCSD has educational offerings for anyone involved in safety. The program will feature both a management and operator track, with targeted breakout sessions for each.
Session highlights include:
"Preparing for an OSHA/EPA Inspection"- Tips for surviving the unexpected; OSHA/PSM & EPA/RMP
CUPA Program Update - Stanislaus County CUPA staff will review the most recent CUPA Program regulations that might affect your facility.
EPA's proposed changes to RMP, particularly to the Emergency Response Program and how it will affect your facility.
Platinum sponsors will have the opportunity to send a team to participate in the live ammonia release training on Wednesday, November 9. A recap of the training will wrap-up the day's events on November 10.
There will be opportunities to meet with vendors as well as network with others who work in the safety field. For a detailed schedule or to register, visit CVCSD.org.
A second CVCSD training event in Bakersfield will take place sometime in February 2017.