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OSHA Enforcement Update
Direct from the Director
Learn about OSHA's enforcement priorities, the currently most cited standards, and how to receive free safety and health assistance for your business.
One of the newer requirements regarding recordkeeping includes reporting injury and illness data directly to OSHA.
Another new rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems will keep workers safer and provide greater flexibility for employers in General Industry.
It is important to learn about your responsibilities to provide a safe and healthful workplace for your employees.
About Our Speaker
Howard B. Eberts has been the Director of the Cleveland Area office since January 2011. He started with OSHA as a Compliance Officer (Industrial Hygienist) in the Columbus Area Office in 1988. Howie worked in the Chicago Regional Office from 2001-2006 as Assistant Regional Administrator for Cooperative and State Programs. He returned to the Columbus Area Office in 2006 and served as the Compliance Assistance Specialist until 2010. Howie received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Notre Dame.
The Cleveland Area Office, an OSHA enforcement office with 28 people, including 18 Compliance Officers and two Whistleblower Investigators, covers twelve counties in the northeast corner of Ohio.