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ADVANCED BONDING

MIOSHA 10-HOUR (MTI LEVEL 1)

Instructors: R. Edward Boucher - Kotz, Sangster, Wysocki & Bergs, P.C / Mark Madden - Guy, Hurley, Blazer, Heuer (1 session) Contractors cannot work without surety bonds. However, bonds are harder to obtain these days, and they are backed by one of the most important documents a contractor will ever sign - the general agreement of indemnity. This one-hour seminar provides business owners and executives with the framework of the statutes that command the use of bonds, a discussion of the uses, benefits, and risks of various bond forms currently available, and insight on what is necessary to qualify for a bond.

Instructor: Bryan Renaud - MIOSHA CET Division (2 sessions) This 10-hour program presents an overview of MIOSHA regulations for the construction industry. Detailed information is presented to enable the participant to develop an accident prevention plan as required by Rule 114 of MIOSHA Construction Safety Standard Part 1, General Rules. An overview of MIOSHA inspection procedure is presented, as well as the most frequently cited MIOSHA violations in the construction industry. Participants gain detailed information regarding construction health and safety standards relative to the industry. Students will receive both MIOSHA and OSHA 10-hour cards upon successful completion of the class.

DISPUTE RESOLUTIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Instructor: Linda Beyea - American Arbitration Association (1 session) This program will discuss the various Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) options for the construction industry. We will consider the benefits of ADR over court; the features and benefits of arbitration and mediation; how arbitration and mediation differ; the role of the arbitrator and mediator; what you should expect in the arbitration process; how to choose whether to mediate or arbitrate; ADR in construction industry form contracts; dispute avoidance and early resolution options; and innovation in construction dispute resolution.

OSHA 10-HOUR

SAFETY PROFESSIONAL /MIOSHA-OSHA

OSHA 30-HOUR

EXCAVATIONS: THE GRAVE DANGER (MTI LEVEL 1) Instructor: Bryan Renaud - MIOSHA CET Division (1 session) This workshop will provide an overview of MIOSHA Part 9: Excavations, Trenching and Shoring. In addition, the electrical hazards and applicable regulations associates will be discussed, as well as identifying hazards at their workplace associated with mobile equipment. This will be followed by a question and answer session.

ELECTRICITY: THE INVISIBLE KILLER (MTI LEVEL 1) Instructor: Bryan Renaud - MIOSHA CET Division (1 session) Putting one's finger in a light socket does not make a lot of sense. Going into a ‘charged' workplace can be almost as dangerous as falling into a pit of vipers. Avoid the obvious - and not so obvious - as we clarify some of the cautions you may not be aware of on the jobsite.

FIRST AID, CPR & AED COMBINED Instructor: National Safety Council (1 session) This course, presented and certified by the National Safety Council, teaches the principles of basic life support for adults, children and infants. The course details how to perform one-rescuer CPR and rescue breathing, and how to manage choking in a conscious person. It also addresses infection control. The AED portion of the program details key precautions. It explains how AEDs work and why they're a critical part of emergency cardiac care.

FALL PROTECTION-PART 45 - MIOSHA (MTI LEVEL 1)

Instructor: Tracey Alfonsi - Construction Association of Michigan (2 sessions) This program is designed to provide participants with a basic understanding of the hazards present in most construction projects. Participants will be able to identify, and then avoid, reduce, or eliminate job hazards. In addition, they will become more familiar with required record-keeping and MIOSHA enforcement procedures. Special emphasis will be placed on those areas that are the most hazardous. Upon completion of the course, the student will receive an OSHA Construction Safety and Health 10-Hour course completion card.

Instructor: Tracey Alfonsi - Construction Association of Michigan (4 sessions) This course is for construction industry personnel and will cover OSHA policies, procedures and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. Topics include the scope and application of the OSHA/MIOSHA construction standards including inspections, citations and appeals, as well as employee & employer rights under the Act. Additional topics include Pre-Task Planning, Focus-Four Hazards, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and construction specific health issues, among others. Upon completion of the course, the student will receive an OSHA construction safety and health 30-Hour course completion card, now required by many jobsites.

SCAFFOLDS & SCAFFOLD PLATFORMS - MIOSHA PART 12 (MTI LEVEL 2) Instructor: Bryan Renaud - MIOSHA CET Division Attendees will be indoctrinated on the contents of the MIOSHA Construction Safety Standard Part 12, Scaffolds and Scaffold Platforms. This information will be conveyed through the use of PowerPoint, videos, lecture, and the use of a scale model frame scaffold. The focus will be on the most commonly used scaffolds in the construction industry including ground supported, suspended, mobile, and rough terrain forklift scaffolds. Also included will be the common hazards as well as Best Practices associated with the use of scaffolds. At the conclusion of the course there will be a Q & A session followed by a quiz. Agenda: References the different parts of Part 12 Scaffolds and Scaffold Platforms; Apply the MIOSHA Requirements of Part 12 to the most commonly used scaffolds in construction. Discuss Best Practices from the industry.

Instructor: Bryan Renaud - MIOSHA CET Division (1 session) Attendees will review the MIOSHA Part 45 Construction Safety Standard for Protection including the latest OSHA and MIOSHA interpretations. Examination of recent fatal falls in construction and discussion of the latest fall protection techniques for construction will be covered. This will be followed by a question and answer session.

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IN THIS ISSUE: A Letter to the Membership from the President of CAM; On the Jobsite: Knowledge is Power at Expanded Manufacturing Facility C...

January February CAM Magazine 2012  

IN THIS ISSUE: A Letter to the Membership from the President of CAM; On the Jobsite: Knowledge is Power at Expanded Manufacturing Facility C...

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