The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has once again set some aggressive policy goals for the year 2016. With the Obama Administration coming to the end of its term, OSHA is trying to complete some of its regulatory priorities. These changes will have varying effects on the industry as a whole.
Join expert speaker Jeffery Zemlik, in this session to get an understanding of the proposed components of the tracking of workplace injuries and illnesses standard, and a review of the silica standard, including compliance schedule and anticipated effective dates. Jeffery will also discuss the spread of the Zika Virus, as well as preventive measures and the contents of OSHA’s interim guidance on preventing occupational exposure to Zika virus.
This session will review proposed changes to reporting, provide you with an understanding of where your company fits into this standard based on size of company and industry type. Jeffery will discuss the operational understanding of what silica is, where it is contained, protection measures, and how it may pertain to different industry segments. You will learn about OSHA’s recommended actions for control and prevention of Zika exposure in the workplace.
Who should attend?
Mr. Zemlik is a safety and health professional, specializing in construction. He is currently charged with overseeing the Safety Department for CrowderGulf LLC. His past projects have included developing and directing the contractor safety program for the BP Oil Spill for the State of Alabama, created and managed contr... More info