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Hazard Recognition: Fire Safety & Prevention in Recycling Presented in Spanish – December 6 & 7
December 6 @ 2:00 pm - December 7 @ 4:00 pm
Join ISRI’s safety team for a relevant education and training course focusing on Hazard Recognition: Fire Safety and Prevention. The two-day online class was developed to assist employees, team leads, supervisors, plant managers, and senior leadership in understanding hazards associated with fires in the recycling and materials recovery facilities (MRF) environments. Attendees will learn ways to potentially control these hazards in an attempt to prevent significant fire losses.
All levels of recycling company employees are encouraged to attend. The course is offered for two hours over two consecutive days and taught by a safety professional who is familiar with the recycling industry.
This courseis being offered online to both ISRI and non-ISRI members. It is offered free-of-charge thanks to the generosity of an OSHA Susan Harwood Grant.
ISRI Members: Free| Non-ISRI Members: Free
Course participation is open to 60 individuals.
Presenter: Felipe Guerra
Felipe Guerra is an Environmental, Healthand Safety Professionalwith over 17 years of experience. He holds a B.A. in Public Administration and is a Certified Safety Professional(CSP). He holds numerous certificates in risk management, Lead and Asbestos abatement, radiation, defensive driving, field safety, ConstructionSafety, oilfield safety, behavior-based safety, approvedOSHA train the trainer for numerous courses, MSHA, and DOT compliance. Guerra also has many years of experiencein management, supervisory, human resources, benefitadministrations, claimsmanagement, loss control, Accident Investigation, Program development, and translating in Spanish verbal and written communication. He has given numerous safety presentations to various groups such as ISRI, CTA, Air Resource board, Chevron, AERA energy, and more.
This material was produced under grant number SH-37130-SH1 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.