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Farm Safety Meeting and
OSHA Regulations Workshop
When: Wednesday, August 23, 2017 from 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Volles Farm, 2849 Buckwheat Rd, Marietta, NY
Cost: $15 per person, RSVP by August 18th to hold your spot for lunch, payable at door
Who Should Come: Dairy producers who want to make safety improvements on their farm
Any farmer wanting information on OSHA updates in the dairy industry
Dairy farmers wanting to use the workshop as documentation for a training session
9:30 – Arrival at Volles Farm, registration
10:00 – Introductions
10:15 – Farm Safety and OSHA LEP updates, led by Karl Czymmek
11:00 – Summary of Farm Safety Audits, led by Keith Gillette & Michael Cappelli
11:45 – NYCAMH Programs, Bill Gibson
12:00 – Lunch
1:00 – Presentation and walkthrough of
facilities led by Danielle Volles
2:45 – Q&A with all speakers
3:00 – Adjourn
Karl Cyzmmek - Pro-Dairy
Keith Gillette & Michael Cappelli - NYS Department of Labor
Bill Gibson - NYCAMH
Danielle Volles - Volles Farm, host farmer
Please respond by August 18th to:
Jennifer Atkinson at 607.391.2662 or email@example.com
For questions contact:
Betsy Hicks at 607.391.2673 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Even if your farm is not included in those than can be inspected, lots of good information will be available. Producers that attend this workshop can claim the safety session as training for their own records.
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