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          May052017

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          The Rudiments Concerning Osha Hoisting And Rigging Safety

          [lifting equipment]

          BRUCE R. MILLER bmiller@siouxcityjournal.com Apr 27, 2017 () If you sit long enough through movie credits, you probably see a list of jobs youve never encountered. Sure, actor and producer are easy enough to figure out. But what about a key grip? Or a best boy? What do they do? Heres a primer: KEY GRIP: This person helps the cinematographer by placing all of the equipment necessary to get a shot. He or she is head of the grip crew, transporting, moving, lifting and placing equipment. BEST BOY: This person assists the key grip by taking care of the equipment, ordering supplies, handling staffing.

          agencies team up for joint safety training reve Professionals from across the wind industry were joined by government agency experts this week at a Suzlon training facility near Chicago for a battery of drills to promote safety in the fast-growing industry. Thirty-two safety professionals from two federal agencies the Department of Labors Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Department of Interiors Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) were trained to climb a turbine, perform self-rescue and rescue scenarios in Elgin, Ill., at the only facility in the Americas to offer a fully-operational wind turbine dedicated exclusively to training purposes. The federal trainees included a representative from the office of OSHAs Assistant Secretary and eight OSHA regions, as well as Labors Health Response Team and Department of Training and Educa