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  • Basic Life Support (CPR) Courses

    Location:

    965 East Fee Hall, MSU, East Lansing, MI, 48824.

    Description:

    The Learning and Assessment Center offers Basic Life Support courses (also known as “CPR”). Participants will receive instruction and skill training in:

    • CPR for adult, child and infant victims
    • Use of a barrier device, bag mask devices, and oxygen to ventilate a victim
    • Use of an AED
    • Management/relief of foreign body obstructions in responsive and unresponsive victims

    These courses are offered to individuals and groups. They may be taught at the Learning Assessment Center or on-site. Successful demonstration of CPR skills and completion of a written exam with a score of at least 84% is required.

  • Fraunhofer Center for Coatings and Laser Applications

    Location:

    1449 Engineering Research Ct, B100, East Lansing, MI, 48824.

    Description:

    The Fraunhofer Center for Coatings and Laser Applications provides innovative research and development services based on its expertise in coating and laser technology. The overall aim of the entire Fraunhofer organization is to bridge the gap between research and industry by providing top notch applied research services that enhance the competitive edge of the customer. Technologies, services, and facilities offered include:

    • Rapid Prototyping, Rapid Tooling, Rapid Manufacturing
    • Laser Welding
    • Surface and Coating Services and Technologies
    • Characterization and Testing Services and Facilities
    • Consulting
    • Contract Research and Development
    • Laser Processing Service
    • Clean Room Facilities
  • Occupational & Environmental Health Safety Initiatives

    Location:

    117 West Fee Hall, 909 Fee Road, East Lansing, MI 48824

    Description:

    MSU's Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine partners with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to handle approximately 15,000-20,000 reports of occupational disease each year through several initiatives, services, and research projects. The website offers information, resources, reports, and newsletters.

     

     

  • Onsite Training for Labor Unions: Health and Safety Workshop

    Location:

    Onsite at your location

    Description:

    Michigan State University's Labor Employment & Workplace Education (LEWE), as part of the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, brings together University faculty and Union leadership to provide education and training for union leaders and members.  LEWE staff offers workshops on site at your workplace.  Health and Safety covers: Basic OSHA rights; Health and safety committees; Union response to behavior-based safety.  Length of the program is from 3 to 20 hours. Program may cover technical topics based on local request.

  • Preventing Workplace Violence (June, October 2017)

    Dates:

    June 30 or October 20, 2017

    Location:

    • June 30, 2017: Courtyard Orlando Lake Buena Vista in the Marriott Village, 8623 Vineland Avenue, Orlando, FL 32821
    • October 20, 2017: East Lansing Marriott at University Place, 300 MAC Avenue, East Lansing, MI, 48823

    Description:

    Every private and public sector organization in the United States is increasingly at risk from a variety of security threats, including workplace violence (2 million American workers become victims of violence at work each year, according to OSHA), thefts, property damage, and cyber attacks.  Attend Violence in the Workplace and learn the steps you can take to enhance the security of your workplace. Specifically, you and your team will learn to:

    • Minimize your risk and take appropriate action when the unthinkable occurs
    • Ensure that every employee knows how to respond to an active shooter situation
    • Explain the four components of risk
    • Identify the security risks that exist in your organization
    • Close the "security gaps" revealed through your assessment
    • Recognize the warning signs and learn how to respond when they appear
    • Develop, or enhance, an effective workplace security program, tailored to the unique needs of your organization
    • Design and implement security training that works
    • Engage in post-incident activities to minimize the negative impact of workplace violence
    • Monitor, evaluate, and improve your workplace security program
  • Project SENSOR Quarterly Newsletters

    Description:

    The Project SENSOR News has been published since 1989. Each quarterly edition covers a different topic related to occupational health.

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