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    February 12, 2020

    Engage in Safety: Free Safety Workshops

    Please join Montana State Fund this March for our free half-day safety workshop Engage in Safety.


    Topics include:
    OSHA’s Top Ten Citations (Part 1): There are top 10 lists for everything, and OSHA is no exception. Unfortunately, OSHA’s top 10 list can affect the safety of your employees. While most of us want to comply with OSHA standards, the effort to meet the requirements is often a struggle.  In this session we will identify the top OSHA citations and how you can ensure your business is compliant. We will break down the 10 citations into three parts.  In this session, Part 1, we will discuss Fall Protection and Training Requirements in Construction (this is a combination of two topics), the Hazard Communication Program (relating to chemicals in the workplace) and Scaffolding. At our June workshop, Part 2, will cover Lockout/Tagout, Respiratory Protection and Ladders.  Part 3 in September, we will examine Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklifts), Machine Guarding and Personal Protective Equipment).

    Safety Engagement:   Every organization should strive for an engaged workforce, but how does that engagement translate to your safety efforts?  In this session we will cover where the term “Employee Engagement” comes from, how it is measured, and the key safety areas you can implement to help improve the engagement within your workforce.

    Dates and Locations
    March 3:  Butte – La Quinta Inn
    March 5:  Helena – Holiday Inn Express
    March 6:  Great Falls – Holiday Inn
    March 11:  Glasgow – Cottonwood Inn
    March 12:  Miles City – Sleep Inn & Suites
    March 13:  Billings – Hampton Inn (3550 Ember Lane, off I-90 West, Zoo Drive Exit)
    March 17:  Bozeman – Best Western GranTree Inn
    March 19:  Kalispell – Hampton Inn
    March 20:  Missoula – Best Western Grant Creek Inn

    Interested? Register Now. The free trainings take place from 8:30 am – Noon. If you have questions contact Kirk Smith or call 495- 5361.