Maintenance Departments: What OSHA Requires For Both In-House Teams And Outside Contractors
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When establishing the safety program requirements for your maintenance workers, both in-house teams and outside contractors, it's tempting to think that one size fits all. Yet the OSHA regulations that apply to each group are different.
While there is some overlap, it's crucial to understand the differences in order to make sure your organization is in full compliance and addressing all of the areas of concern.
Join us for an in-depth webinar where you will learn:
- The OSHA requirements that apply to both in-house maintenance organizations and outside contractors, and the rules that apply only to one group or the other
- How to effectively assess your existing programs to ensure that requirements for both groups have been addressed
- Real-life best practices that have worked well for other companies
- The most commonly cited violations for maintenance workers – both in-house and contracted – and how to avoid them
- Tips for effectively communicating safety rules and compliance expectations to your outside contractors
- How to work with your purchasing and legal departments to get safety-conscious contractors on board
- Who's responsible for monitoring the safety practices and compliance of your outside maintenance contractors – you, the contracting company, or both of you
About your Speaker:
Ryan Clayton serves as a Contract Safety Director for multiple companies in the Indianapolis area and the east coast. He is responsible for delivering company safety training presentations, developing and implementing company policies &procedures and performing project audits. Specializing in construction safety, with an emphasis on high hazard industries such as commercial roofing, electrical and masonry safety, Clayton has provided safety expertise and consulting for numerous clients.
Clayton is active with both the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) as well as the Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety (MICCS). He is well versed in pre-qualification admittance, general site consultation, employee and management training, contracted safety director positions, and full time site supervisory representation. A graduate of Indiana University with a B.S. in Public Health and M.S. in Occupational Health and Safety Management, Clayton is a certified OSHA Construction Outreach Instructor as well as a certified Asbestos Removal Worker.
Sehn is an OSHA Outreach Trainer for both General Industry and Construction and a frequent speaker and lecturer on safety, risk management and workers' compensation issues.
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