Topics rotate and may include the following.
How to Maintain OSHA Compliance
Learn how to determine what standards apply to your operations so that you can implement the appropriate injury prevention strategies and compliance programs to maintain compliance with OSHA regulations. Get the link and an in-class demonstration for the OSHA Quick Start tool that will help guide you in this process.
Developing a Safety Culture
Learn to use the "Safety has a Face", One Point Lesson, Safety Alerts, Safety Pledge and Accident Review process tools to analyze safety trends and set objectives for your company as you move towards a culture where employee safety is a core value and integrated into your normal operational routines.
Training and Engaging Supervision
Determine the true cost of accidents and how this relates to your training programs. Learn how to determine what training is required for your operations and examine the training matrix tools available along with the concept of shared ownership to improve training outcomes.
Separating Forklift and Pedestrian Traffic
Receive tools to access your risk, get strategies and examples of ways to implement traffic tools, and receive a resource list on where forklift/pedestrian separation strategies can be purchased.
Dealing with Hazardous Materials and Respirator Safety Programs
Participants will understand the unique issues that come up with respirator programs and when air sampling is necessary, and will receive a respiratory plan that can be used, as well as the necessary points that must be included in the plan to be compliant.
Lockout and Machine Guarding
Learn the common pitfalls companies fall into that result in violations and citations, receive forms and handouts that can be used to annually evaluate your program and get an understanding of the Hazard Risk Assessment approach to lotto for machine safety. The class will also discuss what constitutes proper and effective guarding and see examples of good and poor guarding.
Recordkeeping Review and New Requirements
The session will review what makes an incident recordable, and we will review a number of difficult scenarios that come up frequently to clarify how these need to be handled. Participants will be provided with letters of interpretation on the more difficult scenarios that come up and be shown how to access hard to find guidance on recordkeeping found on the OSHA website. The new reporting and data tracking rules will also be reviewed.