is excited to kick off our return to in-person training events with the always popular
Northern Safety Day. You’re invited to a full day of learning and networking
on Wednesday, October 20 at the Yolo County Fairgrounds. For your health
and safety, remember to bring your mask and keep socially distanced.
hundreds of wastewater professionals participating, you’ll have a chance to reconnect
with friends, participate in important safety training sessions, and enjoy a
delicious BBQ lunch from Buckhorn Grill. We’ll also have some fun, ending the
day with door prize drawings.
Safety Day is a must-attend training event, providing you with important safety
reminders and concepts to help keep you and your team safe. We’ll host three
tracks of training with an emphasis on preventing serious injuries and fatalities
in water and wastewater. The educational tracks include: collection systems,
operations, and maintenance.
general session: Christina Shupe, Occupational Safety and Health
Standards Board will present on OSHSBs Rulemaking Process, Current and
Prospective Rulemaking Workload.
general session: Michael Alvarez from the California Division of
Occupational Safety and Health with discuss Best Practices and Safeguards
During High Risk and Ever-Changing Conditions.
back together in person is also an opportunity to browse new technologies and
ideas inside our exhibit hall and at the outdoor equipment demonstration areas.
Catch-up with your favorite company representatives and meet new technology
THE EXHIBITORS & SPONSORS
signing up exhibitors and sponsors right now – watch for the list coming soon!
in being an exhibitor or sponsor at Northern Safety Day? Contact Amy Lai, CWEA Director
of Education, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the event flyer and
registration form >
Download the exhibit & sponsorship prospectus >
HEALTH & SAFETY NOTES
The health and safety of
members and fairground staff are paramount. Based on guidelines from Yolo County
Public Health, California Department of Public Health, and CWEA’s requirements
here’s what to expect:
- Attendees must wear masks indoors. Anyone without a
mask will be given one to wear.
- Each attendee’s temperature will be taken upon arrival
at registration, and hand sanitizer must also be used.
- Hand sanitizer will be available in all meeting rooms,
the expo, and outdoors in the lunch area.
- Wearing masks outdoors will be optional but encouraged,
except for when partaking in meals.
- Unvaccinated attendees should practice social
distancing (stand six-feet apart).
- Masks must be worn while waiting in line for meals.
Food and coffee will be served to attendees. Bottled water and canned
beverages will be available.
- High touch areas will be sanitized with disinfectant
wipes throughout the day.