Developing Fire Prevention and Safety Strategies for the Recycling Industry – COSE Members Only
March 31 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 | 2 – 3 p.m. EST
During this webinar, a panel of fire safety experts will provide you with sound fire prevention and safety guidance in the following areas:
- Effective fire prevention and emergency action plans
- Pile management
- Employee engagement – How to make those most responsible for the work environment a part of the safety process.
- It’s the little things – Most major emergencies are the result of a series of overlooked details that come together to create a devastating outcome. Prevent the major issues by addressing the details.
- The ship’s captain – The captain of the California dive boat (Conception) was charged with 34 counts of manslaughter because he allegedly failed to provide proper training, provide a proper watch, and conduct emergency drills. The fire started as a result of overloaded electrical outlets. If a disaster occurs in your scrapyard, who is your “Ship’s Captain” and will he be guilty of similar oversights?
Kenneth A. Kunze is a retired firefighter, who served 30 years with the Fort Wayne Indiana Fire Department including 15 years as a Battalion Chief in the Combat Division.
David Bestwick, Director of Sales & Procurement, Dominion Nickel Alloys, ISRI Empire Chapter President, former Fire Chief, Butler Township Fire District, Butler County PA.
Jerry Sjogren, Safety Director, E.L. Harvey. Serves on local and national professional industry organizations, from the National Waste and Recycling Association to ANSI Z245 Sub-Committees. Also, Jerry is a member of the Westborough, MA Local Emergency Planning Committee, and the Chairman of the ISRI Safety & Environmental Council (ISEC).
All Circle of Safety Excellence (COSE) quarterly webinars are exclusive for COSE members only. An ISRI member must join COSE in order to participate in the webinar. To learn more about the COSE program visit the COSE Enrollment Webpage or contact ISRI’s Senior Safety Director, Commodor Hall or call (202)-662-8519.