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MAY 2017

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14 MAY 2017 COATINGSPROMAG.COM TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES Personal Protective Equipment (Construction) AdvanceOnline's Personal Protective Equipment (Construction) course is available online. e course pertains to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) workplace incident data indicating that a signifi- cant portion of all work-related injuries and fatalities involve workers being struck in the eyes, head, face, hand, and/or feet by foreign objects. For example, it has been estimated that as many as 2,500 eye injuries occur in the workplace every working day. Personal protective equipment (PPE) should protect you, your co-work- ers, and your livelihood when hazards are present in the workplace. is course covers the use of personal protective equipment in a construction setting. Main topics include general OSHA PPE require- ments (OSHA - 29 CFR 1926 Subpart E), eye and face protection, foot protection, hand protection, and head protection. After taking this course, you will be able to: • Take responsibility for correctly fitting, maintaining, training, and using personal protective equipment; • Conduct a workplace hazard evalua- tion and follow guidelines to select personal protective equipment; • Prevent eye injuries by recognizing and eliminating potential workplace hazards and by selecting proper eye protective devices; • Avoid foot injuries by understanding and eliminating potential workplace hazards and by choosing appropriate foot protection; • Prevent head injuries by keeping an eye on overhead hazards and deter- mining the correct type of hard hat for the job. is course, which should run about one hour, is intended for all construction workers and supervisors potentially exposed to hazards to the head, eyes, hands, and feet. is course features: • Supplementary material; • Links to regulations; • Real-world scenarios; • Objective-based exams; • Continuing education credits. For more information, contact: AdvanceOnline, www.advanceonline.com Reader Inquiry #4679 Human Resources for Anyone With Newly Assigned HR Responsibilities If you're new to human resources (HR) or you've recently taken on HR commitments as part of your job, this training is an exciting "crash course" in the basics! In just one intensive day of training, you' ll learn: • Benefits basics, including workers' comp, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA), and exempt vs. non-exempt status; • Recordkeeping 101: what to save (and for how long), what to toss, and what to shred; • Best ways to establish and maintain employee confidentiality; • The essentials of employee coaching, counseling, and discipline; • Critical, need-to-know legal info about hiring and firing. Keeping up with the latest legal trends, changes in best practices, legis- lative updates, and court rulings is a tough job for even the most seasoned HR veteran, let alone someone who's new to the field. Attend this powerful training and become a more effective, productive, and knowledgeable HR professional in just one day! Several iterations of the course will take place throughout the month of June in Dayton, Ohio; Lake Havasu City, Arizona; Palm Springs, California; Columbus, Ohio; and Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, contact: HR Training Center, http://hrtrainingcen- ter.com CP Reader Inquiry #4680 Search for What's Next! Z W O C A T C T E S T I N G D G T N Q D H C I X S C A T B C N E S N C T O B D A K E P R V U E C R E R K C R T T A O X A P T I R S C T A U F S I P I O R I O O L O I C C N N M N L K A P X T N C U T C O M I N G I S E P T 1 Q O 2 0 1 7 W T N Learn more about what is coming! naceinstitute.org/Whatsnext Word List Certification Education OCAT Testing SCAT Pearson CBT Corrosion Wr i te in Re ad e r In q u ir y #374

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