Pacific Coast
Safety Fest

A low-cost event for the public

WHEN To be Rescheduled

Pacific Coast Safety Fest

Statement Regarding Pacific Safety Fest Postponement

In an effort to address the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns of the communities that we serve; the OSHA Region IX Pacific Safety Fest scheduled March 23 – 27, 2020 will be postponed. The immediate plan is to move the event to a future date to be announced in the coming weeks. This decision was not reached lightly and was a result lengthy discussion amongst all of the hosting OSHA Training Institute Education Centers. We apologize to everyone who was looking forward to this event.

Please contact the OSHA Training Institute Education Center for additional information on this event and/or other classes.

OSHA’s Pacific Coast Safety Fest is a low-cost, informative seminar designed to enhance workplace safety.

In 2020, all OTI Education Center's in Region IX, in partnership with the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), will offer courses throughout the region.

The 2020 Safety Fest is offering courses in the following locations:

By providing low-cost, local safety training, Safety Fest is helping to create safer job sites and additional OSHA-certified workers.

Who Should Attend?

Pacific Coast Safety Fest is a low-cost event designed to educate the regional workforce. The event is open to contractors, small business owners, professional technical educators, businesses required to follow OSHA standards and anyone interested in creating a safer workplace.

Session Topics

Conference topics will include hazard recognition, accident investigation, job hazard analysis/job planning, Whistleblower regulations, and a variety of other general safety courses.

Specific course dates and times can be found on each location page (links above).

Host Organizations

Safety Fest is proudly co-sponsored by California State University of Dominguez Hills, College of Extended Education; The OSHA Training Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District; UC San Diego’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center; and OSHA Education Center at Arizona State University.