The New Mexico Chapter of ETEBA announces the presentation of “Haz Com 2012” Health and Safety workshop to be held on Thursday, July 12th, from 2-5 PM at the Holiday Inn Suites, 5050 Jefferson NE in Albuquerque. This high value workshop is a must for corporate, program, and project managers who supply, use, and/or dispose of hazardous or radioactive materials to ensure both safe and compliant work performance every day and to understand your duties and responsibilities for hazard communications.
This 3 hour workshop will be presented by Robert Brounstein, MS, CIH, CSP, Corporate H&S Director, TerranearPMC, LLC, author of the safety message for the ETEBA weekly update and Doc Dennis, RRPT, EMT, RSO, RME, Radiation Safety Officer, B&B Environmental Safety, Inc. Mr. Brounstein will present the latest requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1200, the Hazard Communication Standard, as required through OSHA’s announcement to conform with the United Nations Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). Non-compliance of this OSHA standard is one of the most cited workplace violations, resulting in severe penalties under DOE’s Worker Safety and Health Protection Program: 10 CFR 851. Mr. Dennis will present an introduction to the basic training requirements of 49 CFR Part 172 relating to the shipment of radioactive and hazardous materials.
Please plan to attend this event and to share this invitation with others who might be interested. The ETEBA New Mexico Chapter will provide refreshments. On-site registration and networking starts at 1:30 PM. The program will begin at 2:00 PM and will end by 5:00 PM.
Attendance at this workshop is $50 which also includes the registration fee for the New Mexico Chapter monthly meeting that starts at 5:30 PM at that same location or $20 for the workshop only. The speaker will be Mr. David Stidham with Tres Amigas, LLC. Tres Amigas, LLC will unite the nation's electric grid. Utilizing the latest advances in power grid technology, Tres Amigas is focused on providing the first common interconnection of America's three power grids to help the country achieve its renewable energy goals and facilitate the smooth, reliable and efficient transfer of green power from region to region. The Tres Amigas SuperStation will be constructed in Clovis, New Mexico, a location with many unique and strategic advantages. Clovis, located in New Mexico and close to the border of Texas, is located near current and planned transmission lines for America's three power grids (Eastern Interconnection, Western Interconnection and Texas Interconnection). Tres Amigas, LLC has already been granted the right to lease 14,400 acres (22.5 square miles) of land in Clovis by the New Mexico State Land Office for this system.