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      November 12, 2019

      Tuesday  11:30 AM

      5150 Sugarloaf Parkway , The Busbee Center - Building 700
      Lawrenceville, Georgia

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      Prepare Before the Inspection: OSHA Updates and New Recommendations (Lawrenceville Manufacturing Growth Meeting Series)

      Manufacturing Growth Educational Series* Location: Gwinnett Technical College  | Lawrenceville, GA Lunch is Included in the registration price. Prepare Before the Inspection: OSHA Updates and New Recommendations When the OSHA inspector shows up at your door, it is too late to make changes to not only prevent your company from receiving citations or fines, but more importantly, also prevent injury or illness to your employees. Get ahead of the game, by attending this lunch-n-learn event to: Review a list of last year's most common OSHA violations and how to avoid them. Learn about the latest safety concerns and recommendations that may affect your company including, new record-keeping rules, silica exposure guidelines, and fall protection standards. Connect with resources available for you at Georgia Tech to help you improve your safety program and meet OSHA requirements. Event includes lunch, networking, presentation, and Q&A. Speaker: Neely Bridges, Research Engineer with Georgia Tech Safety, Health, and Environmental, provides on-site assessments to identify physical hazards and evaluate technical programs for construction and manufacturing companies throughout Georgia. Her previous research includes analysis of current and proposed ergonomic assessment tools regarding their usefulness in evaluating and preventing occupational injuries. She is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt by the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, an Engineer-in-Training, and a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers. Series Partners: Gwinnett Technical College, Partnership Gwinnett *This quarterly lunch and learn educational series will deliver actionable tips and tools of the trade specifically designed to help Georgia Manufacturers grow their business.

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