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Making Sense of OSHA 300, 300A and 301 Forms

OSHA Deadline Reminder: All breweries employing greater than 10 full-time workers must document all recordable work-related injuries or illnesses.Read More

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Emergency Preparedness and Natural Disasters

With Hurricane Florence on the horizon, the Safety Subcommittee would like to share some "Lessons Learned" to help you prepare your brewery for natural disasters and other emergencies.Read More

Taproom, Brewpub, and Kitchen Safety Roundtable

With increasing emphasis on direct beer sales at taprooms, brewpub, and restaurants, employees and owners cannot ignore safety issues pertinent to retail operations. Panelists from a single-unit brewpub, a brewpub chain, and a national beer-focused restaurant chain will discuss the …Read More

The Craft of Balancing Safety & Culture

In the ever-expanding craft brewing industry, safety education and practice are of paramount importance. This seminar will help your brewery implement and maintain a successful safety culture. Read More

Wire You Shocked? Electrical Safety in Breweries

This interactive discussion includes basic misunderstood fundamentals, practical everyday safe work practices, and basics of specialized equipment. Use “safety by design” to avoid common electrical equipment failure and provide practical human protection by applying regulations and codes. You will understand …Read More

Brewers Association Safety Bootcamp 2018

Learn to recognize and control safety hazards in your brewery, and take the first steps toward a complete health and safety program. A hands-on question and answer period will follow with members of the Brewers Association’s Safety subcommittee. Free to …Read More

Hazard Assessment: New Tools for Busy Brewers

Prevention and protection are two cornerstones of workplace safety. When implementing effective hazard controls and developing reliable standard operating procedures, you will need to identify and understand potential hazards. Brewery safety professional Matt Stinchfield outlines the basic steps of a …Read More

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