OSHA Awareness for Management Seminar
What to expect from an OSHA audits?
Commonly cited OSHA violations and safety statistics will be reviewed to give attendees an understanding of what OSHA is finding during workplace inspections. OSHA inspection protocol will be reviewed, employer and employee rights during an inspection will be covered and John will discuss what an employer can expect as a result of the inspection. John is a retired OSHA Compliance Safety and Health Officer (CSHO). He will also discuss how OSHA inspectors generally prepare for an inspection, why an employer gets targeted for an inspection, what is typically requested for review during an inspection, and what a CSHO observes for during a walkthrough of an employer’s facility.
OSHA resources, including their website and information on the Albany OSHA office resources, will be covered. Many employer have no idea that OSHA has over 100 standards in the General and Construction Industries that require the employer to train employees on specific hazards. Employers are cited for failure to train employees on workplace hazards during an inspection. An overview of the standards requiring employers to train their employees will be presented. In addition, many employers get cited for failure to comply with OSHA’s recordkeeping and reporting requirements. These requirements will also be discussed.
Commonly Cited OSHA Violations
Recent OSHA Statistics
What to Expect From an OSHA Inspection
OSHA Resources: Website and Albany Office
OSHA Standards that Require Training Employees
OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting
INSTRUCTOR: JOHN REINEMANN, ACCESS COMPLIANCE
John has worked over eleven (11) years for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in Albany as a Compliance Safety and Health Officer. His primary role as a Compliance Officer was to inspect workplaces for compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Standards. He addressed over four hundred (400) complaints, conducted over two hundred and fifty (250) work site inspections and performed fatality investigations. Inspections included evaluations of employer’s workplace health and safety programs, job hazards, injury/illness logs, exposure monitoring reports and training records. He also provided compliance assistance activities to businesses. John has very diverse environmental, health and safety (EHS) experience and had previously worked as an EHS Consultant, providing regulatory program support services to clients.
MAY 5, 2016 8AM - 12PM NORTH COUNTRY CHAMBER $12 PER PERSON