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Below is a listing of the EOD classes, seminars, and workshops, being offered for the month of October, 2012.
CAREER ADVENTURE SERIES: Strategies for Creating Satisfying Work October 16, 2012 10:00 am – 12:00 pm; FL2-1003 Facilitator: Christine Gust Where are you on your career adventure? Are you drained by the end of every workday? Do you feel unsatisfied in your current role, but unsure of what to do next? Are you inspired by an idea, but don’t know how to get there? In this three, 2-hour, mini-series, learn practical strategies to help you move through challenges and tap into greater resources, ideas, and opportunities for finding and creating satisfying work that works best for you! Module 1: Learn to recognize clues that help you focus on what you want, and how to get there. Module 2: Understand the importance of creating work that inspires you and how to align your knowledge, skills, and interests with emerging needs/goals. Module 3: Take practical steps to move forward on your journey that are empowering, effective, enjoyable and bring out the best in you! For maximum benefit, participants should attend all three, 2-hour modules, be engaged, and complete individualized prep/field work and assignments.
HOT OPERATIONS October 24, 2012 11:30 am – 12:30 pm; ML Chapman Room Facilitator: Milenda Powers Learn to keep from burning down the shop and avoid having "arsonist" on your permanent record. Hot operations refer to work that involves open flames, torches and welding.
HAZARD COMMUNICATION October 24, 2012 9:00 am – 10:30 am; ML Chapman Room Facilitator: Milenda Powers Employees have the right to know about hazardous materials and how to protect themselves. Learn about the hazards of chemicals and how to use labels and Material Safety Data Sheets to protect against those hazards. Attending this class fulfills training requirements specified by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA).
Lockout/Tagout October 24, 2012 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm; ML Chapman Room Facilitator: Milenda Powers Avoid electrocution of yourself and others by learning how to deactivate energy systems. Recognize dangers and hazards of stored energies. Control hazards by disconnecting and blocking the energy path and perform a lock out/ tag out operation. An audit of lock-out/tag-out skills is conducted yearly.
Confined Space October 24, 2012 10:30 am – 11:30 am; ML Chapman Room Facilitator: Milenda Powers The number one goal of working in a confined space is to get out safely! If you ever need to enter confined spaces, like a tank, pit or manhole, this course is for you. Discussions cover hazards that claim lives of workers around the country each year.