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What Are Your Rights When OSHA Shows Up?

Webinar: ID# 1040320
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About This Course:
Employers continue to mismanage OSHA inspections. Moreover, OSHA has heavily changed OSHA compliance obligations, and many employers' inspection procedures do not reflect those changes.

This information will provide practical instructions for managing every step in the inspection process and explain needed adjustments in meeting new OSHA challenges. Learn how to train frontline supervisors and prepare for increasingly demanding OSHA evidence demands on a range of issues.What You'll Learn:OSHA Has Changed Its Enforcement Efforts and Focus
  • OSHA's Emphasis on Certain Industries and Activities Affect Your Likelihood of Being Inspected and the Target Areas
  • OSHA's 2015 Injury Reporting Requirements and Whistle-Blower Initiatives Have Exposed New Groups of Employers to the Likelihood of OSHA Inspections
  • OSHA's Focus Affects Your Prevention and Compliance Efforts, as Well as How You Will Manage the Inspection
If the Employer Hasn't Prepared, They Cannot Effectively Manage the Inspection
  • Upper Management or Corporate's Role
  • Frontline Management's Role
  • Essential Procedures and Training
  • Role of Corporate and Site Safety Programs and Procedures
  • Using Not Misusing, Ongoing Safety Self-Auditing
The Opening Conference
  • Why Is OSHA Present? Agreeing to the Scope of Inspection
  • Staffing: Who Should Be the Spokesperson? Who Should Accompany OSHA?
  • Different Roles of the Safety Professional
The Walkaround
  • Why and How to Take Notes and Photographs
  • Industrial Hygiene Testing and the Renewed Need for Parallel Monitoring
  • What to Do About Potential Violations Identified by the Compliance Officer
  • Multiemployer Sites: How Not to Manage Other Employers on Site
  • Preservation of Evidence, Samples, and Recreation
Interviews
  • The Careful Handling of Nonmanagement Interviews
  • Identifying and Managing Supervisor Interviews
Document Requests
  • Importance of Establishing a Reasonable Timetable and Process for Responding
  • Limits on What an Employer Must Provide
  • Common Challenges: Self-Audits, Trade Secrets, Accident Investigations, and Attorney-Client and Work Product Protected Materials
  • Less Common Demands: Temporary Employees, Combustible Dust, History of Monitoring, and Ergonomics
The Closing Conference
The Informal Conference and Appeals
  • Understanding the Informal Conference and How to Use It
  • State-OSHA Plan Differences
  • Who to Take to the Informal Conference
  • Evidence Gathering
  • Explanation of Abatement Efforts and Add-on Commitments
  • When to Contest
  • Informal Settlement Agreements
  • The Next Steps After Contest
  • Parallel Criminal Investigations, Corporate Wide Settlements and Challenges, Effects on Bidding and Rating Services

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