Game of Logging Classes offered near Pleasant Valley, NY
We're offering level 1 Game of Logging courses on September 8 and 9 near Pleasant Valley, NY (Friday or Saturday). The registration fee is $25 per person, details on payment will be sent once registration is confirmed.
To register, please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (800-343-7527) with the following information:
• Mailing Address
• Phone Number
• Date Preference
We'll enroll participants on a first come, first served basis. Please allow a few days for us to process your request and you'll receive confirmation of your enrollment in the class via email. If the class fills and we cannot accommodate you at this time, you'll still hear from us and may choose to be put on the waitlist for a future class.
NEC funded research highlighted in the latest NIOSH bulletin
This month's NIOSH bulletin highlights the NEC's Northeastern Winch Safety Research Program:
"In collaboration with Harvard University, NEC researchers and a private engineering company developed and tested at sea an innovative emergency winch shut-off guard for trawlers. These fishing vessels use winches to pull fishing nets, or trawls, through the water. The 4-year study began with a survey of more than 45 active sea captains in the Gloucester and New Bedford ports in Massachusetts.
After evaluating the survey and focus group results, the researchers developed a pressure-sensitive, stainless steel guard that, when pressed, triggers an electric switch to quickly shut off the winch. Now, ongoing efforts focus on increasing awareness of the dangers of unguarded winches and on promoting the emergency guard to trawler captains."
NIOSH Research Rounds is a monthly bulletin of selected research conducted by researchers at NIOSH and NIOSH-funded researchers at other institutions.
To learn more about this research project, visit the NEC website.
You can read more from the NIOSH bulletin here.
Game of Logging Classes Offered
In July, NYCAMH is offered three new Game of Logging Level 1 classes:
• Thursday, July 20, 2017 at Georgetown Fire Department, Georgetown, NY (Madison County)
• Friday, July 21, 2017 at Cook County Park, Greene, NY (Chenango County)
• Saturday, July 22, 29=017 in Port Crane, NY (Broome County)
To inquire about future GOL classes, please e-mail email@example.com or call 800-343-7527.
In your e-mail, make sure to include the following information:
• Name (First and Last)
• Mailing Address (address line, city, state, zip)
• Physical Address (if different from mailing address)
• Phone Number(s)
We will put you on a waitlist for notification of additional classes offered around the state later in the year.
NYCAMH Chainsaw Safety Team