OSHA Compliance

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a large regulatory agency of the United States Department of Labour that originally had federal visitorial powers to inspect and examine workplaces. The OSHA Act covers most private sector employers and their workers, in addition to some public sector employers and workers in the 50 states and certain territories and jurisdiction under federal authority. Workers at state and local government agencies are not covered by federal OSHA but have OSH Act protections if they work in those states that have an OSHA-approves state program. The OSH Act does not cover the self-employed, immediate family members of farm employers, or workplace hazards regulated by another federal agency.


$149.00

 July 01 2021

 01 : 00 PM EST    

 90 Minutes

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021! New Guidelines by OSHA to Ensure Employers Have a Safety Process for COVID-19!

On March 12, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) launched a National Emphasis Program (NEP) that signaled a new enforcement agenda, targeting establishments in industries that have an increased potential for employee exposure to the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) disease, including healthcare institutions.  NEPs are temporary programs that focus OSHA’s resources on p..

$200.00

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 60 Minutes

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Active Shooters: Ready or Not?

Active shooting events are rare, but since the consequences, when they happen, are catastrophic it is vital to implement common-sense measures to prevent them and prepare to react quickly and effectively when they do happen. This webinar will provide strategies, tactics, and techniques for the prevention, recognizing warning signs of possible shooters and effective actions to take if a shooting occurs. This..

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 90 Minutes

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Best Industry Practices - How to Structure and Write a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) / Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA)

A properly-composed JHA/AHA is one of the primary documents that large clients are increasingly asking to review in advance of allowing you to start work on their Project. The JHA/AHA is not an OSHA requirement however it is required by US Corp of Engineers for most work on military installations. Most of the initial JHA/AHA documents are rejected on the first or second submission for a range of common fail..

$200.00

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Compliance with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard in Healthcare Settings

Healthcare facilities struggle with compliance for the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, especially with the newer requirements from the Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act. This session will be delivered by a former OSHA National Bloodborne Pathogens Coordinator and will give you first-hand experience regarding some of the mistakes that healthcare facilities make that result in citations and fines. It ..

$200.00

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Fall Protection in General Industry

Fall protection in General Industry (GI) has long been a source of confusion within the OSHA regulations. Unlike their Construction and Maritime counterparts, the GI employer does not have a dedicated fall protection subpart or comprehensive rules. Though it is widely understood that fall protection starts at 4 feet for GI, there are still some ambiguous situations where there are no recognized worker prote..

$200.00

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 90 Minutes

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Heat Stress Prevention Avoidance and Control Measures

Heat stress is a real problem all over the globe. Just ask the guys making mud bricks in Bangalore. Dealing with high heat is becoming an increasing challenge since heat waves and periods of elevated temps are becoming more frequent and prolonged. Science and human factors engineering, also called Ergonomics, has long studied the issue and a body of conventional wisdom has established the basic working para..

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How to Conduct a Mock OSHA Audit

Are you overwhelmed or scared and at the thought of OSHA conducting a walk-through of your facility?  Many owners, plant managers, supervisors and even safety professionals are overwhelmed and often don’t take the time necessary to conduct a thorough Mock OSHA Audit. Don't wait until someone gets hurt or OSHA fines you to get serious about evaluating the hazards in your work practices and in your workp..

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How to prepare for an OSHA Audit

Based on my 47 years experience, I will share the top 10 items that most employers overlook in their safety program that could lead to an expensive citation from OSHA. Also, guidelines to follow that will assist with compliance with the least amount of frustration. Learning ObjectivesHow to bring your required OSHA Safety Program into compliance and keep the program in complianceProviding a template to foll..

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How To Set Up and Manage An Employee Safety Committee

Employee Safety Committees are important mechanisms in the workplace that offer many advantages over the traditional ‘I’m the Boss’ Theory X generational management model. In brief, those days are increasingly diminishing.Participatory engagement is becoming the new mantra for an enlightened (SAFE) workplace, particularly for:Manual labor tasks, factory work, assembly, etcLanguage and cultural differences a..

$200.00

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How to Structure and Write a Job Hazard Analysis / Activity Hazard Analysis (JHA – AHA) in Accordance with OSHA 1926 – EM 385

Using a JHA to help organize your job and predict and eliminate incidents, errors, accidents, failures, poor quality outcomes, etc. has become an accepted norm in the construction business. Learning the key elements and steps, the vocabulary and definitions is an important step in the process; these will be covered in our Webinar.The process can be a little confusing to the uninitiated. We will review the m..

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How to Structure and Write a Safety Program for Small Business HR Managers

This webinar will cover the main elements of structuring an OSHA Compliant safety Program, oriented toward small business – for example, under 200 employees. Usually, an organization of this site will not have a full time dedicated Safety Professional, and the HR Department or perhaps QA/QC or production management will take on the responsibility. Oftentimes this safety responsibility is dependent on the ty..

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NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the Workplace

This course will address the management of an electrical safety program. The effectiveness of a program starts with the highest level of management setting the tone and allotting resources. Funds are allotted for training and for Personal Protective Equipment. The program must determine what work can be performed by in-house personnel and which must be done by Journeyman electricians. The program must also ..

$200.00

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OSHA Focus Four / Fatal Four : Hazard Recognition & Avoidance – Falls; Electrocution; Struck By; Caught In or Between

These are the top four categories of loss on construction & industrial job sites. They constitute a growing number of preventable incidents, with clearly defined protective measures. Statistically, they represent nearly 24% of occupational losses annually. OSHA will likely target their presence and the effectiveness of controls in the inspection and investigation cycles.The Focus Four are categories o..

$200.00

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 90 minutes

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OSHA Materials Handling – The Safe Way

Many organizations have to handle and move heavy or bulky materials. Depending on their size and weight, the means available to handle them varies. Handling such materials involves risk of injury to workers. For that reason, OSHA regulates the way materials are handled in the workplace.Become familiar with safety regulations on powered industrial trucksUse OSHA standards to improve working conditionsIdentif..

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Silica Dust Exposure Control – Review of OSHA Requirements for Protecting Employees Against Respirable Levels of Silica and Effective Control Measures to Ensure Compliance

OSHA’s revised Standard for preventing Silica Dust exposure is now in effect and requires the employers to have a Written Control Plan that explains how they will protect their employees.This Webinar will cover the basic and intermediate steps to help you build a Silica Exposure Control Plan that:Protects your employees from Silica Dust ExposureMeets the revised OSHA requirementsGives a solid framework to b..

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