I2P2 Update: Key Developments to Track & How to Improve Your Existing Safety Program Using Anticipated I2P2 Process Standards
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One of the items on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) regulatory agenda for 2013 and beyond is the development of a federal Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) standard.
In recent comments on I2P2, OSHA Chief Dr. David Michaels said that given the fact that the agency doesn't have enough inspectors to visit every workplace to ensure that health and safety rules and best practices are being followed all the time, a better plan to compliment inspections is to require employers to create and implement a plan for identifying and remediating hazards.
Most safety professionals believe that it is just a matter of time before OSHA rolls out I2P2 requirements, similar to those that are in place in other states such as California. Although it may take some time for OSHA to finalize its vision, due to its slow and cautious approach, understanding the I2P2 process and using the elements to improve your existing safety program is something that you can do now.
Don't wait for an OSHA inspection or a workplace tragedy to address workplace hazards. Prepare now, and in doing so, get a leg up on complying with the likely I2Ps framework.
Join us for an in-depth webinar, where we will help participants understand the I2P2 process and use it to improve their existing safety program.
You and your colleagues will learn:
- Recent OSHA I2P2 activity including proposals, white papers, and possible timelines
- A detailed understanding of the six core principals of OSHA's I2P2 process:
- Management leadership,
- Worker participation
- Hazard Identification and assessment
- Hazard prevention and control
- Education and training
- Program evaluation and improvement
- How prior Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS) are related to I2P2, as well as systems you may already have in place, such as Voluntary Protection Program, Safety and health Achievement Recognition Program, ANSI/AIHA Z10, California I2P2 and others
- How to evaluate your existing safety program to identify opportunities for improvement using the I2P2 process
- Possible approaches where you can use certain principals initially and thus make the I2P2 process more manageable
- Ways for communicating the I2P2 process to senior management and others in your organization
- Tips on how to establish an I2P2 team, including how to structure the team and who should be on it
- Opportunities for using electronic and software tools as part of your I2P2 process
- Ways identify and evaluate resources that might be helpful in your I2P2 process consideration and development
About your presenter:
Brad Harbaugh is editor of the Environmental Health and Safety blog for MSDSonline - a leading provider of on-demand compliance solutions for managing chemicals, material safety data sheets (MSDSs), OSHA Recordkeeping, and other critical EH&S tasks. In addition to researching and reporting on current EH&S issues, Mr. Harbaugh is the creator of MSDSonline's popular GHS Answer Center and GHS Webinar series. A sought after speaker, he has presented at over 100 national and Regional conferences on topics ranging from education to safety, including at events for NSC, ASSE, VPPPA and others. He is a graduate of DePaul University and is currently attending the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.
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