JOIN US on December 8, 2020, at 12:30 PM EST.
The pandemic this year has forced companies to take a new look at training, but what will the landscape look like in 2021?
With the training season quickly approaching, we are forced to find alternative ways to complete training courses. Join Scott McKenna, President of Catamount Consulting, LLC and Mark Savit, General Manager of Predictive Compliance, as they discuss:
- How the pandemic has changed training requirements & standards
- New ways to fulfill MSHA requirements for your team
- Tips to navigate the training process when in-person programs are not an option
- How to handle a site audit during a pandemic
- What MSHA will be looking at in 2021
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Scott McKenna is the President of Catamount Consulting of New York. He is a certified instructor with the Mine Safety Health Administration, and an OSHA Certified Construction Trainer. He has over 20 years-experience in the mining and construction industries. He has authored or contributed to several published articles on construction and mining safety and lectures on a regular basis to a wide variety of business and safety professionals. Mr. McKenna is also a certified trainer or instructor in a broad range of disciplines.
Mark Savit joined the Bureau of Mines Health and Safety Division in 1971 specializing in miner safety education. During his career, he participated in mine rescue at the Sunshine Mine and Scotia Mine disasters. After that office was reorganized into the Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration (MSHA’s predecessor agency) He was to develop and manage the agency’s special investigation division. While in the position, he attended Georgetown University Law School at night, graduating in 1976. Following graduation, he specialized in representing mine operators in safety and health-related matters. In 2009, he founded Predictive Compliance, a company providing comprehensive MSHA compliance management solutions using predictive analytics. He has also recently released MSHAWise, a tool for conducting real-time searches for MSHA interpretive documents. Mark retired from full-time law practice in May, 2020 in order to devote his time to providing proactive compliance solutions to the mining industry.
Mark has served as an adjunct professor in the University of Arizona school of public health and currently serves on the Technical Advisory Committee for the Institute of Mineral Resources there. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Society of Mining Engineers Health and Safety Division. He is a regular lecturer and presenter and numerous mining schools, industry conferences and meetings. He is the recipient of the Daniel Jackling Award and a President’s Citation from the SME as well as the Highest Degree of Safety – Domestic from the International Association of Mine Safety Professionals. He has been married to his wife, Kim, for over 40 years and has three children, Josh, Darcy and Zach.