When OSHA Knocks: Preparing For – And Surviving – A Safety Inspection
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Citations up by double digits. Average fine up by 207%. More inspections. Tighter enforcement. With the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) increased focus on your operations, it's simply not safe to be unprepared for a safety inspection.
And "just" being safe isn't enough. From communications to recordkeeping, there are numerous ways regulation and enforcement can trip you up – even if you're acting in good faith. And once you're on OSHA's radar screen, it's all but impossible to get off.
To make sure you're ready when that inspector lands on your doorstep, Business Management Daily has teamed up with two top OSHA attorneys on a new webinar that will keep you in compliance with ALL facets of workplace safety law and regulation.
Join us and you will discover:
- The 3 basic types of safety inspections
- OSHA's Top Ten Most Cited Regulations
- Why recently-doubled penalties may double AGAIN
- How to use OSHA's own website to prepare for an inspection
- What to do BEFORE the inspector arrives
- OSHA's new National Emphasis Programs
- 3 things you should NEVER do during an inspection
- After the inspection: an 8-step program
- And much more!
From defining the scope of an investigation to knowing your risk of crippling litigation … forming a safety committee to conducting internal audits and more, When OSHA Knocks will be your invaluable guide before, during, and after a safety inspection.
Because this is a webinar, there is NO LIMIT to the number of colleagues you can invite to join you at one site. You'll also be able to ask our experts your OSHA-related questions, and hear their answers, plus solutions to your colleagues' problems – problems YOU may be having, too.
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at work immediately after the session ends!
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