- January 22, 2019
- Posted by: Sage Shield Safety Consultants
- Category: Overseas Occupational Health And Safety News
2019 AT: Pam Sherborne GALVESTON, Texas– The 2019 AIMS International Security Seminar opened with record numbers
on Monday, Jan. 14, according to Executive Director Karen Oertley.
The event is being held Jan. 14-18 at the Galveston Convention Center here.
This is the second year GOALS has actually held its security
seminar in Galveston. Oertley said the 2018 workshop was so successful, the
company chose to return. Official attendance at the 2018 event was
Pat Hoffman, president of The Hoffman Consulting Group LLC, a company that offers operational, safety and security consulting services for the amusement service, started the occasion Monday early morning. He took a jam-packed house on a historic journey recalling at a few of the earliest amusement flights. He showed a drawing of what is believed to be the world’s very first carousel It was taped in Turkey in the 1600s.
” There is some research study of a carousel.
dating back to the 800s, but there is no genuine paperwork to prove
that,” Hoffman stated.
The first idea of a rollercoaster came in the 1600s as
well. It was an ice coaster in Russia.
” The very first known rollercoaster that was attached
to a track can be dated back to 1784 in Paris, France,” he stated. “The.
first looping rollercoaster was developed in 1901 at Coney Island. It only ran for 10.
For the first time this year, OBJECTIVES has added a.
Family Entertainment Center (FEC) series accreditation program. Oertley said.
this series is an eight-hour schedule of classes particular to the FEC industry.
This 2019 workshop will mark Oertley’s last in.
the position of executive director. She.
has actually held that position because 2014. A search is underway for her replacement.
Lesley Lassiter, OBJECTIVES’s new accreditation program manager, is.
on hand at the 2019 occasion. Holly Coston
stays the workshop supervisor.
OBJECTIVES International, a non-profit company.
devoted to the security of the amusement industry, is offering around.
200 classes this week.
of Amusement Trip Safety Authorities (NAARSO) screening is being offered Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 15.
Hands-on occasions will happen at Enjoyment.
Pier, owned by Landry’s Inc..
An. night reception is set for Enjoyment Pier on Wednesday evening, Jan. 16.
OBJECTIVES screening is set for Friday afternoon, Jan.
18, after an early morning of review and studying.
OBJECTIVES checking offers certification on a number of levels. The following is the list of testing: Qualified Upkeep Professional, Levels I, II, and III; Licensed Operations Service Technician, Levels I, II, and III; Certified Aquatics Operations Specialist, Level I; Associate Trip Inspector, Level I; Qualified Trip Inspector, Level II and Professional Flight Inspector– Level III. More details may be obtained by going to www.aimsintl.org.