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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​June 21 - 24, 2022​

Kentucky State University Research Farm
1525 Mills Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601

Seating is limited. If you register for a class please make every effort to attend.

​Tuesday June 21, 2022​

Class 1
OSH Overview   8:30am - 10:00am

This session dis​​cusses the obligation to provide a safe and healthy workplace, free from recognized hazards.  Topics of discussion include the operations of the Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Program, including enforcement and voluntary compliance services, as well as safety and health topics currently being considered for future standards and policies.

Class 2
Heat Stress   10:00am - 11:30am

Many people are exposed to heat on the job, outdoors, or in indoor environments. Operations involving high air temperatures, radiant heat sources, high humidity, direct physical contact with hot objects, or strenuous physical activities have a high potential for causing heat-related illness. 

This course will focus on the basics of heat, your body’s metabolism and how it plays a role in heat related illness, how humidity plays a role in heat exposure, how an industrial hygienist would evaluate a workplace for heat related issues, and some of the signs and symptoms of heat related illness.​

Class 3
Health and Safety Hazard Recognition   12:30pm - 3:30pm

This course provides basic procedures to identify potential health and safety hazards for those persons responsible for safety and health in the workplace that lack expertise in the industrial hygiene and occupational safety field. Topics of discussion include how to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control health and safety hazards in the workplace; types of health and safety hazards common to the workplace; and an overview of hazard monitoring methodology and hierarchy of controls used to determine practical and appropriate ways to eliminate or reduce the likelihood or severity of hazards in the workplace.

Wednesday June 22, 2022

Class 4
Fall Protection   8:30am - 11:30am

This course will cover the elements of the Fall Protection standards for general industry, construction, and associated industry standards. Topics include requirements to provide a fall protection system, the description, and requirements for the various types of fall protection systems, training, and associated requirements.

Class 5
Machine Guarding and Lockout/Tagout   12:30pm - 3:30pm

This course will illustrate common guarding techniques and principles for machinery and equipment commonly found in a manufacturing environment. The course will also familiarize the participant with Kentucky’s lockout/tagout standard.  It demonstrates the energy isolation methods relating to the various hazardous energy sources associated with machinery, equipment, and processes used in industry.  Topics addressed include training requirements, documentation required, hardware, and group procedures.

Thursday June 23, 2022

Class 6
Bloodborne Pathogens   8:30am - 11:30am​

This session explains the requirements designed to reduce or eliminate employee exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials for those employees with non-routine exposure, such as first aid responders.   Topics of discussion include components of the written exposure control plan, engineering and work practice controls, universal precautions, personal protective equipment, housekeeping, warning signs and labels, employee training and recordkeeping.

Class 7
Permit Required Confined Spaces   12:30pm - 3:30pm​

This course explains the regulations regarding entry into and working in confined spaces. Topics of discussion include assessment of the confined space environment; entry into continuous system confined spaces, such as sewers; and entry into closed system confined spaces, such as tanks and pits; emergency entry into all confined spaces; and training of employees.

Friday June 24, 2022

Class 8
​Basic Electrical Safety   8:30am - 11:30am

This course covers the basic requirements surrounding the approval, installation, and use of electrical equipment and devices. The course is built around the standards found in 29 CFR 1910.303 to .305 and includes a discussion related to the installation of electrical equipment, commonly cited approval and installation violations, an overview of the equipment approval process, cord marking requirements, and basic hazards found in commonly made electrical wiring issues.  The class involves group-based and hands-on learning activities, including flexible cord marking designation.

Class 9
Hazard Communication - GHS/SDS   12:30pm - 3:30pm​

This course explains the requirements related to an employee's "right-to-know" about the hazards of chemicals to which he/she is exposed on the job. Attendees will learn about the development and implementation of the required hazard communication program, container labeling, safety data sheets (SDS), trade secrets, and employee training.