Worksite Visits

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Hill Air Force Base

Monday, May 2, 2022 • 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Bus Departs: 7:00 AM
$85.00

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Acids…Chrome…Cadmium…MSK…Isocyanates…Solvents….These are just a few of the dangerous materials encountered everyday by those who work at Hill Airforce Base Plating and Depot Maintenance Facility. Discover how the military manages these hazards during this in-depth tour.
 
Hill Air Force Base is home to one of the nation’s largest plating facilities. The landing gears from all Air Force aircraft are sent periodically to get stripped and replated to extend the service life of the landing gear.
 
In addition, the base also serves as the F-16 Depot maintenance facility, where F-16 aircraft are disassembled, media blasted, and repainted to also extend the service life of the aircraft. This is a rare opportunity to see occupational safety practices in such an intense setting.
Site Visit Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the most common hazards associated with aircraft maintenance
  • Identify all the different levels of the hierarchy of control
  • Understand the teamwork approach to identifying/controlling hazards and protecting workers
Please Note: US Citizens will need to provide their driver's license number in advance of the tour for a background check. A form will be sent via email. Registrations must be received by March 28, 2022. Non US Citizens are permitted on the tour pending a Foreign Visitor Request Form. This will be sent upon registration and a background check. Registrations much be received by February 25, 2022, and completed forms must be received by March 1, 2022. 

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Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (RMCOEH)
Developing a Comprehensive OEHS/OM Legacy Program  

Monday, May 2, 2022 • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Bus Departs: 7:30 AM
$85.00

 
This breakfast session will describe elements to develop an impactful OEHS/OM program. This journey will start with highlights from an historian, Dr. Eric Swedin, who has catalogued Dr. Paul Richards' work as CMO of the Kennecott copper mine, implementing OEHS injury prevention programs, and major impacts on public health.
 
RMCOEH was founded in 1977 and groundbreaking legislative advances have resulted in 8-fold growth of RMCOEH over the past 18 years including expansion of all of its OEHS and OM programs. These legislative advances will be described by Dennis Lloyd, JD. Future plans will be projected including expansion to Weber State University and development of undergraduate and pipeline programs. These plans will be provided as templates for others to develop your own local programs and legacies, whether in academia or at healthcare systems.
 
Subsequent, optional tours of RMCOEH of up to 1 hr are available to tour and discuss with the expert PhD/MD/DO faculty/research staff/students regarding projects and facilities at RMCOEH including 4 of the research teams located at the HQ building: Occupational Injury Prevention lab; COVID studies; Evidence-based Medicine Research Team; and the Center for Meeting Effectiveness.
Site Visit Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the criticality of having a legacy story
  • Detail means to develop and secure funding
  • Summarize the utility of a thoughtful strategic plan for the future
Faculty:
  • Eric Swedin, PhD, Historian, Weber State University
  • Dennis Lloyd, JD, Chief Counsel, WCF Insurance and RMCOEH Adv Board Chair
  • Kurt Hegmann, MD, RMCOEH Center Director
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Printing Services & Global Distribution Services of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Tuesday, May 3, 2022 • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Bus Departs: 7:30 AM
SOLD OUT

 
See firsthand how safety conditions are managed in a printing and distribution center, including handling materials, operating machinery, using heavy equipment, and exposure to chemicals and noisy environments.
 
LDS Printing Services is the central point for printed products that are distributed worldwide by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. In addition to a variety of printing operations involving a variety of technologies, Printing Services also produces sacrament cups, giclee fine art prints and framing services. Global Distribution Services personnel effectively provide unique products to a worldwide Church membership.
SITE VISIT Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the hazards associated with a variety of printing technologies.
  • View firsthand controls to maximize ergonomics for those working in material handling.
  • View hundreds of pieces of machinery dedicated to the binding and production of various printed products.
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McWane Ductile

Tuesday, May 3, 2022 • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Bus Departs: 7:00 AM
$85.00 

 
”Do it Safely, or Not at All” provides the directional emphasis for a culture of safety excellence throughout McWane Ductile.
 
Despite the demanding safety and environmental challenges of a foundry, McWane is committed to providing its employees a safe, environmentally compliant workplace. They honor that commitment every day by implementing and monitoring the highest standards and safety policies, developed by experts in the industry.
 
This is done with the assistance of professional safety and health personnel, internal and external third-party safety audits, management commitment and team member engagement, metrics that focus not on trailing injury rates but on proactive leading indicators, and through cooperative partnerships and meetings with federal, state and local regulatory agencies.
This intensive tour will focus on:
  • Molten metal hazards
  • Guarding
  • Lockout tagout
  • Crane, forklift, and below the hook lifting devices
  • Personal Protection Equipment
  • Ergonomic issues
 Site Visit Learning Objectives:
  • The importance of the Initial New Hire Physical.
  • An understanding the why, for the need of a random drug test.
  • To understand the physical demand that is required for a team member to return to a full duty statice after a personnel injury.
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Hale Centre Theatre: Tour, Dinner & School of Rock Musical

SOLD OUT
Wednesday, May 4, 2022 • 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Bus Departs: 4:30 PM
$200.00 

 
Theaters are workplaces that present unique hazards for performers and supporting crew. During this tour, Hale Centre Theatre’s safety expert will show you the best practices of theatrical safety.
 
It should be noted that Hale Theatre is just not any performing arts building. Structure Magazine calls it “Truly One of a Kind.”
 
Its centrally located round stage features seating radiating concentrically outward, with each row increasing in diameter. The stage also revolves, providing for 20 feet of vertical travel. Radiused suspended seating, perhaps the most distinctive feature of the design, allows for slip stages to retract below the seating on opposing sides. When patrons experience a show at Hale Centre Theatre’s center stage, the viewing angle is 360-degrees.
 
Tour one of the jewels of Salt Lake City, then enjoy dinner and School of Rock, a charming musical about an unemployed rock star posing a teacher who leads a group of fifth graders to the Battle of the Bands.
 
Site Visit Learning Objectives:
  • Learn what Hale Theatre does to ensure worker safety
  • Hear about the unique design features of the theatre and what it took to construct
  • Understand the unique safety features of the theatre
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