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Tuesday, April 7, 2020
MIOSHA Update (Basic) Bart Pickelman, CIH, Director, MIOSHA.
This session will present the STATE OF MIOSHA including 2019 accomplishments and successes, significant cases, strategic goals, emphasis programs, and special initiatives. Plans for 2020 will also be disclosed.
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions: A Case Study from MIOSHA Inspection to State Court Decision (Intermediate) Dawn Jack, Director, Appeals Division, MIOSHA, and Dan Maki, Industrial Hygienist Supervisor, MIOSHA Construction Safety & Health Division.
The speakers will present the facts involved in two 2014 MIOSHA inspections of Vandervelden Inc. DBA Prodemo along with the defenses and rulings that arose during the multiple levels of appeal proceedings. This case study will include discussion of several prominent topics in MIOSHA citation appeals, including MIOSHA jurisdiction, definition of “employee” and “employer”, multi-employer worksite doctrine, and subcontractor liability.
Best Practices for Silica in Construction: A Case Study (Intermediate) Anthony Smykla, CIH, and Clayton Desjardin, MPH, MIOSHA CET Division.
MIOSHA Part 690 Silica in Construction has been effective for three years. In that time, construction employers have struggled to understand and comply with the provisions of the standard addressing exposure assessment and control plans. This presentation will review the regulatory sections addressing exposure assessment and written control plans, translate requirements for general contractors and subcontractors working on a construction site, and present a case study of one project which has achieved a high level of compliance with the standard.
Top 10 – Health, General Industry, and Construction (Intermediate) Audrey Carlstrom, Industrial Hygienist, Deborah Ziel, Senior Occupational Safety Consultant, Tom Hansen, Construction Safety Consultant, MIOSHA CET Division.
This program has been an annual favorite at the conference with both safety and health violations being discussed. Three experienced CET consultants (health, general industry, and construction) will illustrate what enforcement and consultation employees are finding in the workplace that often lead to workplace injuries and illnesses. They will help unravel the mystery and explain the hazards behind the most cited 10 safety, 10 health, and 10 construction rules by MIOSHA in the past year. They will also offer tips and solutions to help employers and employees recognize and correct these hazards.
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Ask MIOSHA Live (Basic-Advanced) Sherry Scott, Program Manager, MIOSHA CET Division, Curtis Johnson, Industrial Hygienist, MIOSHA General Industry Safety and Health Division, Laura Basile, Safety Supervisor, MIOSHA General Industry Safety and Health Division, and Reo Rodriguez, Construction Safety Supervisor, MIOSHA Construction Safety & Health Division.
Come hear a MIOSHA panel of safety, health and construction experts provide answers to some of MIOSHA’s most frequently asked questions. Attendees will also be provided the opportunity to ask the panel some of their own lingering questions.
The FUNdamentals to Safety and Health Success (Basic-Advanced) Bill Cohoe, Safety and Occupational Health Manager for Disposition Service, Defense Logistics Agency.
Learn how to have Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) success through Fun and effective marketing.
Lessons Learned: The Surveillance and Investigation of Work-Related Fatalities in Michigan (Basic) Anthony Oliveri, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Michigan State University.
This talk will present an overview of the Michigan Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (MIFACE) program at Michigan State University (MSU). Topics will include how the program relates to and differs from, MIOSHA fatality investigations and the presentation of Michigan fatality statistics and trends. Additionally, several MIFACE investigation case studies will be reviewed as both a demonstration of MIFACE’s incident investigation process and to provide specific examples of the factors contributing to preventable workplace deaths in Michigan and recommendations for addressing these factors.
Michigan Workplace Fatalities (Basic) Chris Johnson, Senior Safety Consultant, and Tarah Kile, Construction Safety Supervisor, MIOSHA CET Division.
This session is a review of each MIOSHA construction and general industry program fatality.
- Chairperson: Gloria Keene, MIOSHA CET Division