Construction Safety Seminar | Confined Spaces in Construction

Construction Safety Seminar | Confined Spaces in Construction

DATE: March 15, 2016
  • 7:00 am - 9:00 am
LOCATION:  MnDOT Training and Conference Center
Please See Registration Link Below

Unlike most general-industry worksites, construction worksites are continually evolving, with the number and characteristics of confined spaces changing as work progresses. A new standard emphasizes training, continual worksite evaluation and communication requirements to further protect workers’ safety and health. Attend this free Minnesota OSHA Compliance seminar to learn the scope of the new standard and what it requires for practices and procedures to protect employees engaged in construction activities involving a confined space. Join the discussion to have questions about your specific situation answered and learn solutions from others in the industry from their on-site practices. The Construction Safety Seminar series is a great opportunity to get answers directly from Minnesota OSHA Compliance, citation-free. The seminars are designed to help those who work in the construction industry to re-energize their company’s safety and health practices. Attendees have the opportunity to ask questions and offer input during the discussion, as well as learn about the compliance issues Minnesota OSHA is currently focusing on.


Facilitator Ron Anderson, Minnesota OSHA Compliance; Blake Pfaffendorf, safety director, Carl Bolander & Sons; Sarah Semlak, safety, Q3 Contracting

Location – MnDOT Training and Conference Center This free seminar is at the MnDOT Training and Conference Center, 1900 W. Cty. Road I, Shoreview, MN. The facility is state of the art and has plenty of free parking available for the attendees. Directions and maps are available at

Registration Though not required, participants are encouraged to pre-register at before March 8. Participants are welcome to bring their own food and beverages.

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