This Hazard Communication Seminar & Practical is designed for people who
are often first to arrive at a motion picture practical location including members in locations, construction, set dressing, and rigging to enable them to identify or question hazardous conditions on the work site in an appropriate manner so that work can proceed safely. Specific goals include:
- Promoting safe work environments by increasing skills to identify risks
- Learning about remediation options for various hazards
- Sharing perspective and increasing understanding across multiple departments.
The seminar is related specifically to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s
(OSHA) hazard communication standard (1910.1200(h)), the technical training required for respiratory protection (1910.134(c)), other personal protective equipment, those provisions of the lead (1910.1025) and asbestos (1910.1001) standards that apply to work in old and abandoned buildings, general fall protection rules (1910.23) and review of common OSHA violations seen at film locations. The participants will pass a test demonstrating comprehension of the material and receive a certificate of completion.
DATE: December 8, 2018
LOCATION: Woburn, MA
INSTRUCTOR: Monona Rossol, Industrial Hygienist
This course is made possible through the IATSE TTF Course Reimbursement Program. If you are interested in this training, contact Local 481 for more information.