PTEC Safety Committee About PTEC Safety Committee and getting involved Incoming committee members Safety-related training opportunities for students
About the PTEC Safety Committee and getting involved Mission: The mission of the BTC PTEC Safety Committee is to develop and promote a healthy and safe environment for all process Technology Students through the involvement of all individuals with regards to education, communication and safe work practices on campus and in the industry. As safety is a very important aspect of working in the process Tech industry, one of the main missions of the committee is to introduce Safety practices and getting the students familiar with working on safety issues and bringing safety awareness to the program. Getting involved: Join: The safety committee by attending bi-weekly meetings and getting involved. Unsafe Acts: If you see an unsafe situation clean it up or mark it off and fill out the card. Turn it into an instructor and receive a certificate for keeping all of us safe. Safety Cards: You be at the sink and see that it is dirty. Clean it up. If you find a card at that situation then that means an instructor has also seen it. Take action as the card directs and return to an instructor.
Incoming committee members • Beverly Barling – Recorder • Chelsea Savage – Recruitment and fund-raising • Sara Backman – Co-Chair • Todd Backman – Co-Chair
Training opportunities CSTOP- Developed by Construction Safety Professionals to provide superior Safety Training, CSTOP is an industrial and heavy construction safety training and orientation program designed to provide contractor employees with a better than basic understanding of hazards and safety procedures associated with work in highly hazardous work areas. ENVS 151 Contractor Safety Training Orientation Program Item # Instructor Dates Times Location Credits Cost4172 Miller 5/14 8:00a-3:00p DMC 130 1 $89.004173 Schmidt 6/18 8:00a-3:00p DMC 130 1 $89.00
Training opportunities C.E.R.T.- Following any major disaster, communities will have to bond and work together for up to several days before actual emergency help can arrive. C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team) training is a positive and realistic approach to emergency and/or disaster situations in which citizens will be on their own at the onset of any major emergency event. Students will learn valuable life saving and life sustaining skills, such as: Disaster Preparedness, Fire Safety, Basic Medical Care, Light Search and Rescue, Team Organization and will be put through a disaster simulation at the end. This course is a must for everyone. All materials and safety gear will be provided. EMER 100 C.E.R.T. - Community Emergency Response Team Training
Training opportunities • First Aid: HLTH 154 Healthcare Provider First Aid and CPR • CPR: HLTH 103 CPR: Adult Heartsaver • This AHA three-hour course includes adult one-person CPR, obstructed airway techniques, and discussion on barrier devices. Skills completion and written exam are required for card. Pocket mask Required. Card is valid for two years.
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