OSHA at My Facility - Dos & Don'ts
Duration: 60 Minutes
An inspector from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has shown up at your door. For some employers, it's a paralyzing moment. An uneasy silence ensues as managers, foremen and workers share uncertain glances. This webinar on OSHA inspections will guide attendees on preparing for and handling inspections by regulators, and handling unannounced inspections as well. Learn how not to mishandle an inspection; avoid fines and disruption of operations.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- Regulatory agencies that you are likely to interact with
- How to develop an internal inspection plan
- How to prepare for an inspection
- How to handle an unannounced inspection
- How to manage the results of a regulator inspection
- 29 CFR (OSHA), 40 CFR (EPA) and 49 CFR (DOT)
Government regulators will become involved with your facility if an accident or noncompliance has been significant. This course will teach you how to avoid unnecessary inspections, and to gain useful knowledge when an inspection does occur. There are times when it is better to divulge information and times when it is best to stay silent.
This course will help you through your thinking process so you can make the best decisions regarding volunteering information. The course will discuss the benefit of calling a regulator before they call you. We will discuss the regulations that your incident will be compared to which include 29 CFR (OSHA), 40 CFR (EPA), and 49 CFR (DOT).
Who will Benefit
- Business owners
- OHS executives
- Transportation professionals
- Safety professionals
- Environmental professionals
- Civil engineers
- Building contractors