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WAXIE Salt Lake City, Utah Training

2018 Training Seminars & Events Schedule

Location: WAXIE Salt Lake City
Contact:
(801) 886-3700
Description: 
All seminars are 10:00am-12:00pm (unless otherwise indicated). All events are free to the public.

February 13, 2018: Carpet Care
April 10, 2018: Hard Floor Maintenance & Care
April 26, 2018: Customer Appreciation Day
June 12, 2018: Equipment Training – Not Just "How but "Why"
August 14, 2018: Leadership & Employee Motivation
October 4, 2018: Innovative Cleaning Solutions Tradeshow
October 9, 2018: Bloodborne Pathogens / GHS “Right to Know”
December 11, 2018: Restroom Care

* Event dates, times, and topics are subject to change. More information to come.


WAXIE St. George, Utah Training

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Innovative Cleaning Solutions Tradeshow
10/04/2018 | 10AM – 1PM

Location: Dixie Tech College, 610 South Tech Ridge Dr., Industrial Bldg. B, Rooms B201 & B203, UT 84770
Contact: Lettie Parker or call (801) 886-3700 ext. 605

Description: We would like to thank all of our valued customers for their business. Please join us for a whole day of fun, food, giveaways, vendor displays and demonstrations.

Highlights will include:

  • New innovative equipment, chemicals and cleaning solutions
  • Hands-on equipment demonstrations
  • How to do more with less
  • Vendor booths and displays
  • Green solutions and technology

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Event is free to attend. Lunch will be provided.


 

WAXIE Salt Lake City, UT

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Bloodborne Pathogens & Employee “Right to Know” Seminar
10/09/2018 | 10:00AM – 12:00PM

Location: WAXIE Salt Lake City  | 5107 West 1730 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Contact: 
Lettie Parker or call (801) 886-3700 ext. 605

Description: A general overview of OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard and who is covered under it. Testing available for training certification.

  • Exposure control plans – preventative measures (tasks & procedures) used to eliminate or reduce exposure
  • Methods of control – universal precautions, engineering controls, work practices, personal protective equipment (PPE), gloves, housekeeping, regulated waste and laundry
  • Communication – conveying the information of hazards to employees
  • Recordkeeping – creating and maintaining

OSHA’s “Right to Know” Hazard Communication Standard, which reviews:

  • GHS Standard – what it is and how to be compliance
  • Safety Data Sheets (SDS) – how to read & understand them
  • GHS formatted labels – how to read & understand them

Additional topics will include: Possible exposures in the workplace, proper spill cleanup, disinfecting & sanitizing hard and soft surfaces, personal protective equipment, and proper handwashing techniques.

Event is free & lunch will be provided.

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