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OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety in Boston, MA


  • Boch Center - Wang Theater 270 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116 United States (map)

OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety © was developed by the IATSE Entertainment & Exhibition Industries Training Trust Fund. The training consists of a two-day OSHA 10 course customized for and using examples from the Entertainment Industry. Upon completion, students receive OSHA 10 and IATSE TTF completion cards.

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: February 9-10, 2019

TIME: 8AM - 4PM each day

LOCATION: Boston, MA

COST: The two day workshop 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.

INSTRUCTORS:

Kent H. Jorgensen, Chairman of the IATSE Safety Committee, has been involved with safety, training, and standards writing for 20 years as a representative of IATSE Local 80. As a trainer, he regularly teaches OSHA 10 Hour Outreach, Entertainment Rigging, Fall Arrest for Entertainment Workers, and High Angle Rescue to mention a few. Kent is a member of the IATSE Crafts Advancement Program and has been an OSHA Outreach Trainer since 2011.

Jay Stone has been an IATSE member since 1989, past president of IATSE Local 195 Stagehands, and served on the Executive Board of IATSE Local 481 Studio Mechanics for ten years. He’s been an OSHA Outreach Trainer for Construction and General Industry since 2009 and OSHA trainer for Local 481. Jay has worked with Risk International and Associates and Dr. Randall Davidson doing theater inspections for 20 years. He’s a licensed fireworks and special effects technician with Ocean State Pyrotechnics and their Safety Officer since 2007.