MA DOE Fire and Electrical Safety Webinar

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  • MA DOE Fire and Electrical Safety Webinar
    October 22, 2020
    9:00 am - 10:00 am

Hi everyone,

Here is a great opportunity provided to public facilities professionals through MA DOE. Please register today as there are only 500 seats avaiable for the entire state.

 

Below is the link for “The Safety Stop”.  This safety conference will be on Thursday, October 22, 2020, 9:00am-10:00am.  A presentation on fire and electrical safety will start at 9:05am and end at 9:30am.  It will then be followed by 30 minutes of Q&A.  The topic will be fire and electrical safety going into the colder weather.  The presentation will be made by Paul Vigneau, Director, Division of Fire Safety, Department of Fire Services.  At the end, there will be a short questionnaire to determine if participants want to do it again, frequency of sessions, length of sessions and safety topics for sessions.

 

The hope is that this safety collaboration will bring more safety topics into focus that have a bearing on both vocational education and our outside lives.  This workshop is suitable for anyone interested in safety at any level. Highly qualified safety instructors will make topical presentations which will be followed by specific and general discussions of real world safety problems.  It requires you to register.  

 

David W. Edmonds

Educational Specialist-Safety

 

 

 

Office for College, Career, and Technical Education

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

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