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Tips on Surviving an OSHA Inspection

Topic:
Tips on Surviving an OSHA Inspection
Date:
December 6, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Michael Lawrence, EHS Consultant(Summit Safety Technologies)
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Description
Under the current administration, federal regulatory agencies are being instructed to put more focus on enforcement action and less on consultative assistance. This means citations are going up, penalties are going up, the potential for criminal charges are going up, and you as the safety professional become the target!

Are you prepared for an inspection? Do you know what to do and not do when an inspector shows up at your door? Who should escort the inspector and what sort of information should you share with them? Not being prepared with the right answers can cause an OSHA inspection to cost you plenty of money in fines, not to mention the damage to your organization’s image and credibility.
This presentation will present some simple and effective steps that you can take to improve compliance and reduce the likelihood of fines, and will provide you with tools you can use right now to be prepared for an OSHA inspection.

Areas

Upon completion, participants should be able to:
•Develop an inspection plan to prepare for an OSHA inspection.
•Identify what sort of information to discuss with and OSHA inspector.
•Know what records an OSHA inspector will want to see.
•Identify the types of OSHA inspections.
•Avoid the common mistakes made during an OSHA inspection.
•Identify the phases of an OSHA inspection.








Who Should Participate
This course is designed for HR specialists and managers that want to know more about the OSHA inspection process and prepare themselves for an inspection.
What You Will Learn
Upon completion, participants should be able to:
  • Develop an inspection plan to prepare for an OSHA inspection
  • Identify what sort of information to discuss with and OSHA inspector
  • Know what records an OSHA inspector will want to see
  • Identify the types of OSHA inspections
  • Avoid the common mistakes made during an OSHA inspection
  • Identify the phases of an OSHA inspection
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