This event is for business Owners, Presidents, Safety/HR Personnel, Plant Management, Construction Superintendents, Project Managers and Foreman!
Thursday, October 19, 2023
11:00 AM Presentation
11: 45 AM Q &A
12:00 PM Available for follow-up calls
About this Webinar
Are you worried about a fire causing devastation to your facility or jobsite? Or worse, causing a fatality? Do you have an OSHA-compliant fire prevention and emergency action plan in place? With over 40 years of combined fire experience, our presenters will cover key topics such as identifying potential fire hazards, implementing safety measures and emergency response planning. They will share the critical importance of fire prevention and the significance of developing a comprehensive plan to mitigate fire hazards.
IN THIS FREE WEBINAR We WILL Discuss:
- Components of a fire prevention plan and an emergency action plan.
- What fire hazards to look for during an audit.
- Common causes of fires.
- OSHA 1910.39 and OSHA 1910.38
- What not to do during a fire.
Join us to learn about preventing and reacting to fires in the workplace from your OECS workplace safety experts!
Clark Dietz, Clark is a Field Safety Associate in the Dakotas Region. Clark began his safety career while serving in the military while serving in Desert Storm with the 311th Evacuation Hospital as a dietary cook. After serving 6 years in the Army, Clark joined the Fargo Fire Department where he served as Captain of the Fargo Fire Department for 20 years, retiring with 30 years of service. Clark has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications from the University of Mary Bismarck, North Dakota.
Steve Sylvester, Steve is a Field Safety Associate in the Dakotas Region. Steve earned his BS from Minnesota State University, Moorhead. He served 20 years in the ND & MN Army National Guard specifically as a Combat Engineer and Military Police Officer. Steve also served 26 years on the Fargo Fire Department with specialties in Incident Management Systems and Emergency Medical Training.
Melissa Olheiser, OHST Melissa is the Regional Manager for the Dakotas. In addition to serving her safety clients throughout North Dakota and Minnesota, she is involved with marketing, business development and building strong relationships with safety associations. Prior to joining OECS, she served as Safety Director in the transportation industry and consulted for both general industry and construction clients. She has her OHST through the Board of Certified Safety Professional and has a Health & Safety Management Certificate from the University of Alabama.