2013 Grain Bin Entrapment Prevention Symposium – Safety & Prevention Powerpoint Presentations



Introduction, Wayne Bauer, Safety Director, Star of the West Milling, Frakenmuth, MI
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Dr, Carol Jones, Oklahoma State University — Review/Status of (x624)- Bin Entry with ASABE
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Why do we need anchor points in bins? – George Lovell, SATRA
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Plenary conference session on the ASABE x624 proposals. Dr. Carol Jones, Oklahoma State University and Dan Wamkeke, SCAFCO Grain Systems
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Idea Exchange by Steel Bin Firms and additional thougths on (x624)
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Behlen – Dennis Kouma

Brock – Darren Zink

Chief – Brent Whitefoot

GSI – Jeff Decker

Scafco – Dan Wambeke

Sukup – Charles Sukup

Westeel – Rob Foth

Top Regulatory Issues Facing the Grain Handling Industry in 2013 by Jess McCluer, National Grain & Feed Assn.
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Framing the future, Wayne Bauer, Safety Director, Star of the West Milling, Frankenmuth, MI
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“10 Points of Light” by John Lee, Director of Safety and Health, Grain and Feed Association of Illinois
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Randy Tinker, Loss Control Director, Nationwide Agribusiness, Inc., Des Moines, IA
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Davis Hill, Agricultural Engineer and Extension Specialist, Penn State University
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Lynn McClure, Western Grain Marketing, Macomb, IL
Thoughts on anchor points
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Other Recent Grain Storage Stories

Co-Alliance Plans to Reopen Explosion-Damaged Union Mills, IN Facility in October (ABC57)   9/19   09/19

Cal/OSHA Joins Federal OSHA in Reminding As Employers of Grain Handling and Confined Space Hazards  9/19   09/19

Coast Guard Sets Safety Zones Near Five Elevators on Columbia, Willamette Rivers (Federal Register)  9/18   09/18

Wheat Growers (SD) Holds Grain Entrapment Rescue Training (Jamestown Sun)  9/18   09/18

K-State and Purdue University to Host Grain Facility Incident Training Seminar For Fire and Rescue Instructors … Oct. 18 … Manhattan, KS  9/18   09/18

K-State Receives OSHA Grant For Grain Dust Explosion Prevention Training (KFDI)  9/17   09/17

Firefighters Extinguish Blaze at Cargill Soybean Processing Plant in Raleigh, NC (WTVD)  9/16   09/16

OSHA Working With Ag Community to Promote Safety Education During Farm Safety Week  9/16   09/16

OSHA Awards $10.1 Million in Susan Harwood Safety and Health Training Grants  9/16   09/16

Grain Safety Training Teaches That Safety Should Be Second Nature  9/13   09/13

Chemical Smolders at Precision Soya Facility in Piper City, IL Due to Reaction After Rain (WAND)  9/12   09/12

Southwest Michigan Ag Safety & Rescue Symposium … Sept. 19-21 … Coldwater, MI  9/12   09/12

OSHA Suggestions on Bin Entry and Preventing Dust Explosions  9/11   09/11

Loaded Grain Barge Set Adrift on Columbia River (Oregon Live)  9/09   09/09

Crews Extinguish Blaze at Key Cooperative Elevator in Gilbert, IA (WHOTV)  9/09   09/09

Dump PIt Safety Rules  9/09   09/09

Seven Grain Entrapment Prevention Principles  9/09   09/09

OSHA Requests Nominations For Members to Serve on Federal Advisory Council on Occupational Safety and Health  9/06   09/06

Webinar Recording: New OSHA Sweep Auger Enforcement Policies and How They Will Affect You (120 minutes) … Presented by Eric Conn  9/05   09/05

University of Missouri Extension Reminder: Review Bin Safety Rules Before Harvest  8/30   08/30

Man Injured in Fall From Grain Bin in Bremer County, IA (KTTC)  8/29   08/29

ADM Donates $75,000 to Progressive Agriculture Foundation  8/29   08/29

Webinar Recording: Lunch Box Safety Talk on Harvest Safety (50 minutes) … Presented by Joe Mlynek on Aug. 27  8/27   08/27

IL Grain Entrapment Incident Spurs Interest in Rescue Equipment (Herald-Whig)  8/26   08/26

Asmark Institute Training Facility in Bloomington, IL Promotes Grain Bin Safety (Pantagraph)  8/26   08/26

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