Safety Matters: Teach Teens to Expect a Safe Workplace, A train the trainer course

New England Chapter – American Industrial Hygiene Association (NEAIHA)

November 1, 2017  ï Four Points by Sheraton Norwood  ï  1125 Boston-Providence Turnpike, Norwood, MA 02062

Maclachlan at #AIHceEXP 2017 Seattle, WA on how to deliver Safety Matters. Photo by AIHA.

10:40am-11:30am Safety Matters: Teach Teens to Expect a Safe Workplace with Jennifer Maclachlan, PID Analyzers, LLC

This train the trainer presentation will focus on how AIHA member volunteers can introduce the joint NIOSH/AIHA Safety Matters Training Program for Young Workers at local area schools, youth groups their own communities. Proven methods for connecting with educators and other community leaders will be featured together with case studies highlighting both success and failure stories from the Safety Matters on Cape Cod pilot program. Tips on how to administer the materials contained in the Safety Matters Powerpoint™ presentation based on the age of the audience, setting, and time constraints etc. will be included in this presentation. Attendees will be provided with the NIOSH/AIHA Safety Matters Powerpoint™ on a flash drive enabling them to be Safety Matters facilitators.

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Early Registration (by Oct 25th)
Regular Registration (after Oct 25th)
NEAIHA Members
Pre-registration for NEAIHA members will be available through the Memberclicks link on the NEAIHA website. Registration link:
Attendance receipts for certification maintenance purposes will be available at the door.  This event contains 7.5 technical contact hours, and may be eligible for ABIH CM credit.  See ABIH web site for CM credit criteria.


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