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You’ll get a highly informative crash course in the legal basics of OSHA … what’s expected, what’s changed, where there are loopholes and where your company may be veering off course.  (see full course description)

 
 

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Training Course Syllabus:


OSHA Compliance Update Seminar

You’ll learn …

  • Changing regulations and interpretations and how they affect your organization
  • How to develop a sound written safety plan that covers all of OSHA’s bases
  • How to approach an unexpected OSHA inspection with confidence
  • How to keep worry-free records that don’t eat up a lot of your time
  • The warning signs of workplace violence and how to keep situations from becoming full-fledged emergencies
  • Ways to identify and eliminate hazardous “trouble spots” that jeopardize compliance and employee safety

OSHA Compliance Update is a hard-hitting day of training that will bring new clarity to the challenge of achieving OSHA compliance and ensuring employee safety. You’ll get a highly informative crash course in the legal basics of OSHA … what’s expected, what’s changed, where there are loopholes and where your company may be veering off course. You’ll also get the inside track on how to find hidden hazards before the inspector does and apply simple, cost-effective and swift fixes to ensure an OSHA-compliant work environment. This training is simply the best and fastest way to immerse yourself in OSHA’s requirements.

Program hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

OSHA compliance: Here’s where to start

  • First things first: Key standards and regulations … and which apply to your organization
  • Looking ahead: Where the agency is expected to push aggressively and how to make these areas YOUR priority too
  • Find out if you’re under a state OSHA plan and why it matters
  • The General Duty Clause and its far-reaching impact on your company
  • The differences between willful, repeated, serious and de minimus violations—and what each could cost you
  • The important differences between OSHA and Cal/OSHA
  • Making sense of OSHA’s standards numbering system
  • OSHA’s free consultation—should you use it?
  • How to navigate OSHA’s Web site and what you can find there
  • Need an answer—fast? Great resources for accessing OSHA’s latest changes and information
  • Reasonable accommodation … the ADAAA … and the General Duty Clause—what you need to know to stay out of hot water
  • Directives, preambles, letters of interpretation, guidelines: What each is and how it can help you understand and interpret the law

OSHA regulatory update: What’s hot

  • A model Exposure Control Plan you can tailor to your unique needs
  • Needlestick Act—what it means in your organization
  • Why there’s so much confusion surrounding OSHA’s HAZCOM standard
  • How to update your emergency action plan—so if the worst happens, you’re ready
  • What many safety managers are surprised to learn about their Personal Protection Equipment obligations
  • Bloodborne pathogens: Your responsibilities before and after exposure
  • Lockout/tagout is BIG. Your responsibilities spelled out in easy-to-understand language
  • Workplace violence: A ready-to-use checklist for identifying existing and potential problems
  • Material Safety Data Sheets: Are yours up to date? Accessible?
  • Employees have rights too—but does that include temp workers? Contractors? Other types of contingent workers?

OSHA record keeping is your friend—IF you do it right

  • The essentials of OSHA’s record-keeping requirements
  • 8 OSHA record-keeping errors employers commonly make
  • NEW! Log 300, Form 300A and Form 301. Failing to keep them accurate can cost you
  • Reporting vs. recording: What’s the difference?
  • OSHA’s posting requirements: What you must post and when
  • Posting Form 300A according to OSHA’s rules
  • Where records should be kept … who should keep them … and for how long
  • How your injury/illness reporting and records can come back to haunt you

Surprise visit or not: Here’s how to be ready for the OSHA inspector

  • Do you realize how easy it is to trigger an OSHA inspection? 5 events to watch out for
  • When OSHA comes knocking, you can demand an inspection warrant—it’s your right—but should you?
  • If you’ve always thought “The Feds will never get around to us”—think again
  • Survival tip: The first document the inspector will want to see—be ready
  • What to expect during an inspection from start to finish, including hot spots you can count on the inspector scrutinizing
  • What the inspector can and cannot say and do—according to the law
  • Conduct thorough self-inspections using OSHA’s own checklist
  • If you do get a citation you disagree with … here are your options for recourse

Find and fix safety hazards proactively and systematically

  • What OSHA expects your safety program to look like—a 4-point plan
  • How to conduct a work site analysis that makes any problem stick out like a sore thumb
  • Identify and address ALL the hazards your employees are exposed to—it’s easy with this do-it-yourself tool
  • 4 vital steps to preventing and controlling hazards
  • Completing your hazardous chemical inventory list … don’t make it more time-consuming than it already is

Training is KEY: Getting your employees to take safety seriously

  • Get clear on who must be trained … and how often
  • An employee becomes complacent about safety—or simply refuses to follow the rules. What should you do?
  • How to measure the effectiveness of your training
  • Fulfilling your Right-to-Know responsibilities under HAZCOM
  • The definition of a “competent” trainer—and what it means to your company
  • A handout does not satisfy OSHA’s training rules. Here’s what does
  • Documenting your OSHA training … what the law says and what it means

Credits

  • CEU Credits: 0.5
  • CPE Credits: 6

Seminar Time:

Seminar Check-In: 8:15AM Seminar Program: 9:00AM - 4:00PM

Seminar Summary:

You’ll get a highly informative crash course in the legal basics of OSHA … what’s expected, what’s changed, where there are loopholes and where your company may be veering off course.  (see full course description)

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