This two day training covers OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as general industry safety and health principles. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA general industry standards as related to the Entertainment Industry. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide.
DATES: Saturday, May 20th & Sunday, May 21st, 2017
TIME: 8AM - 4PM each day
LOCATION: New York, NY
COST: The two day workshop itself is free of charge for participants. The IATSE Training Trust Fund cannot, however, cover the costs for travel, lodging, meals, or per diems associated with travel or participation in this workshop.
Alan M. Rowe is the Chairman of the IATSE Crafts Advancement Program as well as the President and Safety & Training Director for IATSE Local 728, Studio Lighting Technicians in Burbank, CA. Alan serves as the Co-Chair for the ETCP Entertainment Electrical Certifications, sits on the ESTA Technical Standards Council, is a member of the Motion Picture/Television Industry Wide Safety Committee, and represents the IATSE on Code Making Panel 15 of the National Electrical Code. Alan holds degrees from the North Carolina School of the Arts (BFA) and the California Institute of the Arts (MFA).
Beverly Miller has been a scenic artist for over 40 years, served as business rep for Film and TV for 14 years, has served as President of USA 829 since 1996, is Co-Chairman on the Advisory Board for Mount Sinai Selikoff Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and is on the IATSE Training Trust Fund Board of Trustees.
If you are interested in this training, submit a calendared course application for the OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety © training in New York, NY to the IATSE Training Trust Fund. We will notify you once we have reviewed your application, determined eligibility, and have a space for you in the training.
Please be advised that only individuals who've submitted an application and have received a confirmation letter will be admitted to the course. Walk-ins will not be accepted.