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Join this session with expert speaker John J. Meola, CSP, ARM, who will examine the Focus Four categories which emphasis on struck-by and caught-in or -between. (see full course description)

 

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OSHA and the Bureau of Labor Statistics have recently published data on the rate of fatalities in the category known as the 'Focus Four', also referred to as the 'Fatal Four'. The Focus Four are: Fall protection, Electrocution, Struck-by and caught-in or -between. Anyone in the safety business will readily attest to the lethality of these categories. What the statistics have shown is that over the past five years, falls and electrocutions are being effectively controlled with the application of intensive training, personal protective equipment (PPE), improved protective measures, etc. The rate of growth in the other two categories - struck-by and caught-in or -between is moving in the wrong direction, at a fast clip. These two categories are proving to be a lot harder to manage than the other two.In particular, the prevalence of highway maintenance and construction work zones - the direct result of our deteriorating transportation infrastructure - puts a lot of workers into harm's way. The expanding use of mechanized equipment to perform work inside those work zones adds another layer of risk to the formula. Suffice to say that the mix of struck-by and caught-between hazards will require some 'outside the box' thinking on the part of safety engineers, managers and planners, stretching beyond the regulatory and compliance level.Many of the traditional safety programs in the construction and industrial trades operate on the false assumption that if they 'comply' with the regulations, then they are safe. The problem is that many business people actually believe that compliance is all they need to do, and when someone gets killed, they can point to their so-called 'compliance' as proof that they did their part. This ignores the basic elements of risk and safety management, and exposes them to negligence claims against their company and their insurance coverage.

Objectives of the Presentation

Protect your employees from the usually lethal accidents described in the Focus Four category
Plan and prepare for these hazards and avoid the exposure in the first place
Increase your defensive measures beyond the basic compliance level
Protect your organization from lawsuits and allegations of negligence
Avoid several common misconceptions, which also lead to poor excuses for not doing something substantive to secure your allies, such as:
I complied with the requirements, there was nothing more I could have done
It was someone else´s fault
It was not my responsibility to do that
We are ´not responsible´ for some accident at work
Evading your responsibility as an employer, or just out of plain laziness
Protect yourself from becoming a prime target for a negligence lawsuit

Why Should you Attend

Join this session with expert speaker John J. Meola, CSP, ARM, who will examine the Focus Four categories which emphasis on struck-by and caught-in or -between. While there are no easy answers, there are protective methods and practices available to employers who are sincere in their protective efforts and not hide-bound by what´s written in the OSHA or DOT manuals. John will cover all those aspects, and how employers can work towards preventing/minimizing instances of fatal accidents. You will learn about improved protective strategies - easy, low cost training techniques, supervisory requirements; basic and intermediate protective measures such as equipping your Truck Mounted Attenuators with improved high visibility devices, driver protections such as five point restraint harness, etc. John will also explore regulatory code compliance and going beyond compliance for optimal protection.

Who will Benefit

Traffic engineers, planners, DOT officials, Safety engineers and managers, Superintendents and foremen, Contractors, project managers, Highway, road and bridge construction, Steel erection, Crane, hoisting and rigging, Transportation, fleet safety managers, Trucking distribution and warehouse logistics, Fork lift and mechanized handling, Robotics and remote controlled equipment manufacturers, installers, technicians, mechanics, Automated systems, Highway traffic control providers, traffic signal installers, Highway maintenance technicians, planners, supervisors, managers, Human resources managers, CEO's, company presidents, VP's, executive VP's, chief operating officers, Risk and insurance managers, Insurance agents and brokers, Legal consultants, legal advisors, paralegals, Personal injury attorneys, Defense attorneys, Workers' compensation judges and administrators, Self-insured groups and managers, Insurance actuaries, OSHA inspectors and administrators, compliance officers and managers, Administrative law judges, Insurance claims adjusters, Insurance underwriters, Insurance loss control and loss prevention engineers and managers

Seminar Summary:

Join this session with expert speaker John J. Meola, CSP, ARM, who will examine the Focus Four categories which emphasis on struck-by and caught-in or -between. (see full course description)

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