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Decoding The Meaning Of The Top 10 Most Cited Violations For The Manufacturing Sector (MFG250H)

Presented by: Sheldon Primus
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Learn About The Different Types of OSHA Inspections and Identify the Top 10 Most Cited Violations To Practically Achieve Complete Compliance.

Today, a lot of companies are unaware about the different kinds of OSHA inspections that make them vulnerable to citations. OSHA systematically prioritizes inspections by imminent danger (a hazard that could cause death or serious physical harm), fatality and catastrophes (Fat/Cat), complaints, referrals, follow-ups, planned or programmed investigations. While planned inspections are from activities such as national emphasis programs and local programs, inspections by references occur when an outside entity informs OSHA that there are unsafe acts or conditions that compelled the outside agency to contact OSHA. Complaints occur when an employee reaches out to OSHA to investigate an unsafe employer or conditions.

Join this webinar by expert speaker Sheldon Primus to get an in-depth profiling of the past and recent regulatory citations and inspection activities carried on by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Sheldon will discuss the ‘Top 10 Most Cited Violations’ that will help a company to identify and then seek to practically achieve complete compliance.

Violations are categorized under different citations - such as, other-than-serious, serious, willful, repeated, failure to abate etc. These citations arouse maximum penalties ranging from $7000 to $70,000. In FY 2014, OSHA increased the serious violation to 58,316 and other-than-serious violations were recorded as 16,290 in the same year. Companies need to protect themselves from such penalties, by learning from mistakes that were made by other companies.

Attending this webinar will help you access the tools which will help you elevate your safety and health programs exponentially. In addition, you will receive practical guidance that you can seamlessly incorporate into your respective working environments.

Session Highlights:

This program will:

  • Reveal the areas in which a company should focus safety and compliance efforts
  • Help you learn how to prioritize planning efforts on all fronts of the safety and health program
  • Illustrate the key concepts of hazard awareness
  • Provide hazard control techniques
  • Help you learn how to decode OSHA activities and agenda

Who Should Attend

  • CEO or Company Executive
  • Compliance & Safety Officer
  • Director of Risk Management
  • Director of Human Resources
  • Regulatory Compliance Agent
  • Risk Advisor-Insurance Companies
  • General Contractors
  • Medical Facility Managers
  • Shipping and Receiving
  • General Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Manager Finance
  • ISS Regional Officer
About Our Speaker(s)

Sheldon Primus | OSHA Safety Training SpeakerSheldon Primus
Sheldon Primus is a Certified Occupational Safety Specialist and holds a master of public administration with a concentration in environmental policy. He has been in the environmental and occupational safety field since 1994. Additionally, he is a trainer for the Certified Occupational Safety Specialist program of the ... More info

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