Basic OSHA: Grain Safety Week Awareness - Marshfield

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Marshfield Agricultural Research Station

2611 Yellowstone Drive

Marshfield, WI 54449

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Registration 8:45, Program begins at 9:00.

Currently, the National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA), the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Grain Elevator and Processing Society, the American Feed Industry Association and the Grain Handling Safety Coalition are working together to raise awareness of industry and OSHA resources available to identify potential hazards at grain, feed and processing facilities through the Stand-Up for Grain Safety Week.

In support of that effort, this free presentation will provide awareness training on relevant hazards, including:

  • OSHA citations associated with feed and grain operations
  • Engulfment/entrapment,
  • Combustible Dust,
  • Confined Spaces,
  • Slip, trip, and fall prevention,
  • Mechanical hazards including machine guarding, lock-out/tag-out

Registration is required to ensure adequate seats and handouts.

These workshops are provided free of charge by the University of Wisconsin to the small business community through a cooperative agreement between UW Madison and federal OSHA under the onsite consultation program.

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Marshfield Agricultural Research Station

2611 Yellowstone Drive

Marshfield, WI 54449

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Organizer WisCon, the OSHA Funded Onsite Consultation Program in Wisconsin

Organizer of Basic OSHA: Grain Safety Week Awareness - Marshfield

WisCon is a free service to small businesses, provided by a cooperative agreement between the University of Wisconsin and Federal OSHA.  WisCon staff work for the WI State Laboratory of Hygiene at UW Madison.  In addition to providing one-on-one consultation to companies at thier jobsite, the program also provides outreach training. For training program listings see the WisCon Training WebPage.

 

For more information see WisCon Website . (There is a consultation program in every state, see National OSHA Consultation Website for more information and the consutlation program near you).

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