November’s Meeting

The next CSREM Roundtable Alliance professional safety development meeting is Tuesday, November 14th at 10:00 AM. This month’s Speaker is Tim Irving and topic is annual OSHA update.

The meeting is sponsored and hosted by Joanne Cameron of National Lumber. The meeting is being held at National Lumber, 245 Oakland St, Mansfield MA facility in upstairs 2nd floor training room. If ya still get lost, call Joanne.

As customary, please RSVP to Nancy Hughes of OHS Training & Consulting Inc. at, by noontime Friday November 10th to insure we have an accurate head count for the luncheon and correct seating arrangements for this meeting. FYI – room capacity at National Lumber is 82.

PARKING NOTE – please do not park in the front of the building as this is reserved for store shopping customers. There is plenty of parking on the side of the building and along both sides of adjacent Oakland street. Please respect their walk-in customers.


From Glenn:

Hello Roundtable folks,

Tim Irving, Assistant Regional Administrator for Cooperative and State Programs, US DOL/OSHA Region 1 Office, JFK Federal Building, Room E 340, Boston, MA, 02203, will present the ever popular “Annual OSHA Update” and recap the agency’s fiscal year enforcement and outreach results for FY 2017.  The review will cover the national, regional and local inspection and citation information as well as the regional fatal accident statistics. The CSREM has been instrumental in the success of the OSHA outreach efforts and other campaigns. Tim will give an update on how the success of these local events have national implications and how we can support upcoming training.

As submitted by Peter Barletta CAS  to The OSHA Quick Takes an article on the OSHA and CSREM Alliance Renewal signing:

  • The Construction Safety Roundtable of Eastern Massachusetts renewed a five-year agreement with OSHA’s offices in Braintree and Andover, Mass., to encourage a dialogue between OSHA and local industry. Members will share safe work practices, provide updates on OSHA procedures and policies, promote involvement in OSHA safety stand-downs, and create safety and health communication tools. Since 2000, the Alliance delivered the OSHA 10-hour Construction Outreach Training Program to more than 10,000 vocational high school students throughout Massachusetts.

The open renewal membership expired with last month’s meeting – we will move forward with our regular protocols whereas one needs to be sponsored by an existing member to join our Roundtable group.