CSSSP is proud to present outstanding speakers at our bi-monthly meeting. These presentations help educate our members and keep them current in their profession.
Mr. Hasan Adan, District Manager for Cal/OSHA Compliance Unit, Los Angeles Area spoke on Cal/OSHA’s Role in the Investigative Process in Industrial Accidents and Fatalities. He reviewed the procedures a Cal/OSHA Inspector takes from the time they are given the assignment by their District Manager to the accident site, the investigative process, the citation procedures, right of appeal of the citations, the appeal process, the adjudication and closure of the incident.
Mr. Raymond Enama is owner for Forensic Services Support Group (FSSG, LLC). The group provides accident investigation, hazard assessment, consulting and educational services in the low and high voltage electrical world, as well as providing expert witness services for litigation. Ray has more than 50 years of experience in the electrical industry both in low and high voltage.
He discussed the practices and procedures needed when investigating an electrical accident, incident or fatality.
Brian Willey from Safety Dynamics Group’s San Diego office presented “Surviving cardiac arrest with an AED”. Surviving a cardiac incident is often dependent on how fast a patient is defibrillated. Did you know for each minute a patient is in a state of cardiac arrest the chance of survival decreases by about 10%. By implementing AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) for on-demand use in your office or home the chances of surviving of a cardiac event statistically increases from 6-7% up to 75-85% simply by having these machines readily available. Brian will demonstrate just how easy it is to use an AED.
Mr. Dan Leiner, Area Manager Cal/OSHA Consultation Services discussed about the Cal/OSHA Heat Illness Prevention Regulations. Come join us for this timely subject as we have been having some hot weather.
Mr. Hassan Adan from Cal/OSHA spoke to us about Supervisor Safety. Come join us and find out more on how we can engage your supervisors in helping promote safety at your company.
Stephanie Spann from UCSD informed us of the UCSD – OSHA Training Institute programs that are available for safety professionals. Ms. Spann will also be our University Liaison for CSSSP this coming year.