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Corona Virus Update: 5/1/2020
What are we doing?
Sunshine Safety Council is aware of the severity of the virus that has been circulating and we are taking every reasonable precaution as dictated by the CDC.
We are currently working from our home offices in an effort to protect our staff and we will not be doing any in person appointments or registrations. We can be reached by phone or email until further notice. Adjustments to schedules are being made, and all classes are will be rescheduled as soon as it is deemed safe.
We have sanitized our offices in preparation for our reopening and we look forward to serving you in the near future! We will post updates as new information becomes available.
What should you do?
- It is suggested by the CDC that everyone use disinfectant when applicable and frequently wash your hands.
- Keep your home well-ventilated and avoid touching your face if at all possible.
- Seek medical attention if you have any symptoms of the virus.
FOR IMSA CERTIFICATE HOLDERS
Public safety doesn’t take a break. We are here to serve you throughout this difficult time. As social distancing has required the cancellation and postponement of in-person classes, we want to ensure that you can continue to acquire your Continuing Education Credits. We have gathered a list of IMSA Sustaining Member organizations who are providing CEC opportunities online. The following is an evolving list as we and our partner organizations develop convenient, virtual methods for earning CECs.
There are in-person certification programs on the calendar.
For questions or to add your organization to this list, please contact Certification Coordinator, Richard Porter.
Phone – 321.392.0500 or Toll Free – 800.723.IMSA (4672)
OSHA Silica Update
To better protect workers exposed to respirable crystalline silica, OSHA has issued two new respirable crystalline silica standards: one for construction, and the other for general industry and maritime. OSHA will begin enforcing most provisions of the standard for construction on September 23, 2017, and will begin enforcing most provisions of the standard for general industry and maritime on June 23, 2018.
OSHA Update with Sheldon Primus
THE NEW OSHA RECORD KEEPING RULE and MORE
Tips for Home and Office to be safer 🙂
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