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A full morning of workplace safety topics designed with public works, parks, and recreation employees in mind. We’re covering facility safety, clarifying OSHA requirements, and discussing air quality best practices. Plus earn credits!

Public Works and Parks & Rec Track Agenda

Agenda will be the same at each location.

8:30-9:30 a.m.
Improving Workplace Safety 

In this session we will evaluate your working environment and explore how small changes can keep employees and job sites safe. Learn how to provide residents quality service without sacrificing safety measures.

9:45-10:45 a.m.
Safety Starts on Day One

Review MN OSHA training requirements for new employees and discuss the importance of follow-up. We’ll also cover restrictions, work attire, time off, terminating employees, injuries/accidents that occur on the job, and personnel policies.

10:45-11:30 a.m.
Air Quality in City Buildings

Are you getting questions about indoor air quality? In this course we will review common indoor air quality challenges in city buildings and provide best practices and facility maintenance recommendations for new and existing structures.

Explore afternoon tracks:

The public works and parks & rec track ends at noon, but we have more opportunities to learn and earn additional credits.

Dealing with more tense encounters? Looking for better ways communicate with the public? Stick around for De-escalation Strategies in the afternoon!

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5.5 indirect related contact hours approved for wastewater operators.

    • 2.5 indirect related hours for attending the full Public Works/P&R Track
    • 3.0 indirect related hours for attending the full De-escalation Workshop

6.0 related contact hours have been approved for water operators.

    • 3.0 related hours for attending the full Public Works/P&R track
    • 3.0 related hours for attending the full De-escalation Workshop