The OSHA Training Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District is pleased to announce that the Pacific Coast Safety Fest, a three day conference featuring a variety of occupational safety and health training courses provided free of charge by highly experienced instructors, will be presented from February 25-27, 2014, in San Francisco, California.  Co-hosted by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration and the U.S. General Services Administration, the conference is open to managers, employees, educators, students, businesses required to follow OSHA standards, and anyone who desires to improve their organization’s safety performance.

A wide range of occupational safety and health courses will be available at no cost to participants, including:

  • Introduction to Safety and Health Management (OSHA #7500)
  • OSHA 10 Hour Outreach Training for General Industry (OTC 108)
  • Public Warehousing and Storage (OSHA #7005)
  • Permit Required Confined Space Standard (OSHA #7300)
  • HAZCOM & GHS (Globally Harmonized System)
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control for Healthcare Facilities (OSHA #7200)
  • Food Safety
  • Machinery and Machine Safeguarding Introduction (OSHA #7100)
  • Evacuation and Emergency Planning (OSHA #7105)
  • Accident Investigation Introduction (OSHA #7505)
  • Preventing Sprains, Strains and Repetitive Motion Injuries
  • Focus on Safety—What We Can Learn From Construction Fatalities
  • Recordkeeping Rule Seminar (OSHA 7845)
  • Lockout/Tagout (OSHA #7115)

The 2014 Pacific Coast Safety Fest will take place at the Phillip Burton Federal Building, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, California.  Map & Directions

All are invited to take advantage of this opportunity to receive important safety and health training at no charge as well as network with other professionals interested in occupational safety and health.

Please visit 2014 Pacific Coast Safety Fest Class Schedule for a complete schedule of courses or 2014 Pacific Coast Safety Fest for an overview of the conference.