CMAA & OSHA Education Offerings
The attendees will be allowed 10 Minutes to Plan and Prepare for a Catastrophe. Various scenarios (some that have occurred at clubs) will be shared and each group will share how they would address the situation.
Making Time to Develop your Emergency Action Plan:
A half or full-day program allowing you and your executive team to work together on your plan. Other club managers and their employees also participate and collectively address specific club issues and potential regional cataclysmic concerns.
What should you be doing? Could what happened at the club down the street affect your operation? What are the common citations for city, country, and yacht clubs? Newer and current regulations affecting clubs will be shared.
Workplace Violence and/or Active Shooter:
Have you ever discussed any of the potential concerns? Ever considered what can occur? Don’t be complacent and think it can’t happen at your club! There have been so many different events… you definitely have to open the dialogue!
OOSHA Compliance and Safety Awareness topics:
- How and Why OSHA Shows (including fines for non-compliance)
- OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements
- Hazard Communication Standard
- Blood Borne Pathogens
- Lockout / Tagout
- Emergency Action Plans
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Hearing Conservation
- Incident Investigation
- Site Safety Assessments
Facility Maintenance & Management:
How to plan for safe and sound club operation. This session ties into one of CMAA’S CCM Core Competency areas and will allow managers, assistants, and your facility directors to communicate common concerns.
Safety Concerns for the Ground Department:
What can go wrong and what has gone wrong at the Ground Department? Observations and stories gathered from 150 plus simulated OSHA site assessments will be shared. This session is not just about OSHA compliance, it is about events that have occurred on the course and in the shop. Some accidents and even fatalities were preventable!
OSHA 10 hour General Industry Outreach Training Course:
A two (or three) day education session that raises your compliance and safety awareness resulting in the issuance of a non-expiring OSHA General Industry Training card. Want to take your safety program(s) to the next level? Here are the tools. Ten CMAA Association Activity credits are available for successful completion.
Safety Concerns for the Club Industry Speaking Module:
(or what I would tell myself all these years later)
Alan Achatz, CCM, CHE is a former club employee. He started as a dishwasher on Mother’s Day and over 25 years worked in almost every Club position becoming a General Manager on the journey. (He admits he hasn’t totally left the Industry as he has jumped back in as an interim manager on 4 occasions.) For the past 20+ years he has been assisting the Club industry with safety issues ranging from OSHA compliance to crisis management; emergency action plan implementation to accident investigations; and also conducting simulated OSHA site assessments to help identify operational deficiencies. In this recently developed module, he will share accidents and incidents which have occurred (some even to him) and will also address necessary safety policies. Bring your staff and your questions to this session.