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Our Recent Live Webinar
Hand and Power Tool Safety
This webinar covers hand and powered tool safety and general guarding procedures of portable powered tools. Information from 1910.243 regarding basic power tools, such as circular saws, portable abrasive wheels, pneumatic power tools, and more will be discussed. Additionally, lawn mower safety will be briefly covered. After viewing the webinar, students should have a basic understanding of the requirements of 1910.243 and should be able to recognize unsafe practices when using portable powered tools.
Recently Added Course
Powered Industrial Trucks Part 3
This course is intended for employers within the Commonwealth of Kentucky that need to train their employees on the fundamentals of powered industrial trucks. This module covers general requirements, forklift operations, traveling, loading and maintenance of powered industrial trucks. Material handling and storage is also covered in this module.
2019 Safety and Health Conference
Hello, and Happy New Year! On behalf of the Board of Directors for the Kentucky Safety & Health Network, I am pleased to announce that workshop proposals are now being accepted for the 35th Annual Governor's Safety and Health Conference/Expo scheduled for May 7-9, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky. Please visit
http://www.kshn.net to learn more about the conference and the opportunity to submit a workshop proposal.
We are excited to return to the Galt House in Louisville for the conference this year, and expect a good turnout of participants and vendors. If you have any questions, please let me know - and help us spread the word!
Tammy Cole, Workshop Chair KSHN
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