48th Annual New Hampshire
Safety & Health Conference
April 9-10, 2019 • Nashua Radisson, Nashua, New Hampshire
Kim Shambrook, National Safety Council, Senior Director Workplace & Training
Join us as Ms. Shambrook talks about the challenges that businesses face today in providing timely and high-quality workplace training in a climate of rapidly evolving technology and workforce challenges. Learn about evolving trends and some new ideas about the future of workplace safety training!
Sergeant Delayne Brown, NH Fish and Game Department, Conservation Officer Sergeant
The history, composition, and mission of the NH Fish and Game Departments Advanced Search and Rescue Team and how it serves the State of New Hampshire.
Lunch With OSHA - Wednesday, April 10, 2019
"Lancaster NH Tent Collapse - What Happened?"
TUESDAY, APRIL 9TH - BREAKOUT SESSIONS
- Addressing Current Challenges & Future Trends In Workplace Safety Training (contined from Keynote)
- Medical Marijuana In The Workplace
- Creating, Implementing, & Evaluating A Corporate Emergency Incident Command Program
- Fatigue Behind The Wheel...ZZZzzz - sponsored by Clark Insurance
- OSHA's Final Rule On Occupational Exposure To Silica
- It Starts With Ergonomics! Real World Success
- Talk Saves Lives: An Introduction To Suicide Prevention
- State & Federal Drug Testing
- Lockout/Tagout Regulations
- How To Develop A Better Than Good Safety Program Using "FREE" Resources
- Pre-Construction Safety Programs
- Commerical Motor Vehicles & The 7 Safety Catergories
- Industrial Hygiene At The Speed Of Lightning
- The Safety Professional Rut: Thinking Like A Risk Manager
- Highlights Of The New ANSI/ASSP Z10 Health & Safety Standard
- Prevent The #1 Leading Cause Of Death In The Workplace
Wednesday, April 10th Breakout Sessions
- Getting A Grip On Slips & Falls
- Why Business Leaders Need To Prioritize Worksite Wellness
- A Fresh Approach To OSHA's Long Established Powered Industrial Truck Standard
- DU-High: Impaired Driving In Post-Legalization America
- What Are The OSHA Cooperative Programs?
- Fit For Work: Healthcare Of The Future Today: An Introspective Look At Healthcare & The Workplace
- Industrial Hygiene Evaluation Techniques
- Electronic Logging Devices: Updates & Roadside Enforcement
Stephen Falter, Safety Compliance Officer, US Department of Labor / OSHA
On Sunday, August 3, 2015, a Circus Operator was performing a one-day, two-performance show at the Lancaster, New Hampshire fairgrounds. When a micro-burst occurred during the first show where high winds collapsed a temporary tensioned-membrane structure (big top circus tent) injuring over 2 dozen and killing 2 patrons.
Mr. Falter will discuss the timeline of the events preceding the incident, the multi-agency incident response, and the concurrent OSHA inspection conducted with the New Hampshire Fire Marshal and New Hampshire State Police.
Opening Keynote Session - Tuesday, April 9, 2019 @ 8:00am
"Addressing Current Challenges and Future Trends in Workplace Safety Training"
Lunch Speaker - Tuesday, April 9, 2019
"Search & Rescue In New Hampshire"
ERIN HOLMES, Director of Traffic Safety, Foundation of Advancing Alcohol Responsibility
Public education campaigns addressing alcohol impaired driving have been around for decades. Much of the decline in these fatalities can be attributed to targeted messaging and a subsequent change in social norms.
Ms. Holmes will provide participants with a snapshot of the innovative campaigns being utilized to send the message that driving after using impaired drugs (whether illicit or prescription) is a dangerous and unacceptable behavior.
The 2019 New Hampshire Safety and Health Conference is Proudly Sponsored By: