Bearcat QHSE Training LLC

Bearcat QHSE Training LLC Podcast 008

January 24, 2022 David
Bearcat QHSE Training LLC
Bearcat QHSE Training LLC Podcast 008
Show Notes

Welcome to Bearcat QHSE Training LLC

In these weekly Podcasts on Mondays, we will be discussing Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental training and concerns

In last week podcast we on the Quality side of the house we discussed HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point.), on the health side of the house we discussed occupational therapy or OT, and at the Safety Desk we hit on ladder safety, we finished up last weeks podcast with Environmental discussion on how to report spills and environmental violations.

This week on the quality side of the house  lets to talk about Critical Control Point (CCP)

CCP is the point where the failure of Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) could cause harm to customers and to the business, or even loss of the business itself. It is a point, step or procedure at which controls can be applied and a food safety hazard can be prevented, eliminated or reduced to acceptable levels. The most common CCP is cooking, where food safety managers designate critical limits. CCP identification is also an important step in risk and reliability analysis for water treatment processes.


Now let's move on to the health side of the house Food Born Illness

According to the CDC there are many different disease-causing germs that can contaminate food.  These most often effect Older Adults, Young children, Women who are Pregnant and people with immune system weakness.  

Some common foodborn germs are Norovirus, Salmonella, Listeria E.Coli and Vibrio just to name a few.

It is critical you know how to prevent these germs from entering your food products.


Now moving on to the safety desk let's talk about OSHA’s top ten citations for 2020

1.       Fall protection general requirements 

2.       Hazard Communication (Haz-Comm)

3.       Respiratory Protection 

4.       Scaffolding

5.       Ladders

6.       Lock out tag out (Control of hazardous energy)

7.       Powered Industrial Trucks (PIT’s)

8.       Fall Protection Training Requirements.

9.       Eye and Face protection

10.   Machine Guarding.


Now moving on to the environmental side of the house let's jump into State Tier II Reporting Requirements and Procedures

EPCRA – Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-know Act

Tier II Administration: Florida Division of Emergency Management Technological Hazards Section

Florida only accepts online filing of Tier II reports and fee payment using E-Plan


I would like to continue to share my appreciation for my Patreon partners and for all those that tune in every week to hear this podcast.  the majority of my listeners from North America but we have regular listeners in Africa and in Asia and I'm very thankful for all of them and I hope this continues to be beneficial to you to tune into I would also like to say that these are short I'm trying to keep them 10 minutes or less just to give you a brief taste of what quality health safety and environmental should be going on in your industry and if you don't know what I'm talking about in these podcasts it's really important for you to find a professional and I would appreciate it if you found me for assistance so that you stay compliant with regulations and most importantly you keep your employees safe thank you so much for listening have an awesome week and I hope you will tune in next week 


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