DASHO Call October 2007
Time: Eastern Time
Telephone Number (Bridge): 1-800-767-1750 - Access Code 15076#
Subjects: Accident Investigations,Violence in the Workplace, OSHA Establishment Codes,
Audience: All Employees, Union Representatives, Employee Health, Occupational Health, Industrial Hygienists, and Safety Officials
Objectives: Participants will:
NOTE: The Office of Occupational Safety and Health has contacted officials of agencies and/or organizations for this conference call that can represent their agency/organization's and/or are experts in their field. However, verbal statements and/or paraphrased questions and answers (found at the bottom of this agenda), are informational and have not been cleared as policy in-of-themselves. Links have been provided to this call that allow agency/organizational polices to be viewed. Questions and answers are viewed on the intranet only.
Links to Information Concerning:
WEB BASED Learning page which is accessed by: http://www.oshaelearning.org/registration
Site for course catalog and course descriptions: http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/ote/index.html
Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies Course 6000 (This is a free online course for government employees. It has 6-10 hour seat time.)
Course Description: This web-based version of the course introduces Federal agency collateral duty (part-time) safety and health personnel to the OSHA Act, Executive Order 12196, 29 CFR 1960, and 29 CFR 1910. It enables them to recognize basic safety and health hazards in their own workplaces and to effectively assist agency safety and health officers in their inspection and abatement efforts. Note: This course is intended to be used as a supplement to the student's agency-specific training on their agency's safety and health management systems, policies, and procedures. For further information, please contact the Director, Office of Safety and Health Training.
Basic Accident Investigation Course 1020
Course Description: This course focuses on the basic processes of accident investigation and sources of evidence. This is a Blended Learning Course. Students must complete a web-based training portion of the course prior to attending the resident portion. The web-based portion may require up to 7 hours seat time. Through case studies and interactive class workshops, students apply the guidelines of CPL 02-00-137 Fatality/Catastrophe Investigation Procedures, learn to use the 4 P's of accident investigation, and evaluate safety and health management systems to identify basic causes of accidents during investigations. They review interviewing techniques. Students also work in teams to gather, analyze, and report evidence. The web portion of the course overviews accident investigation definitions, accident causation theories, OSHA directives, and preventative controls as part of a safety and health management system. Pre-requisites: Federal a nd State Enforcement Officers: Course #1050, #1250, or #2000 or equivalent. 21(d) State Consultants: Web-based #1500 Basic Onsite Consultation program, however, OTI also strongly recommends #1050, #1250, or #2000. For further information, please contact the Chief of the Construction Branch. Must enroll in a class to take the web based portion.
Class dates for Course 1020 (at OTI- 27-30 NOV 07; 26-29 FEB 08. We do have a few off site classes coming next year: Hawaii- Feb or Mar, MD and NJ - 2-3rd quarter) Usually offsite may have slots for other Federal agencies, I can ask and set it up. This may save travel money etc. for offices in the local areas.
Prerequisites for individual courses, where applicable, are included in the course description.
Additional training requirements apply to the following employees:
Violence in the Workplace :
Questions and Answers: