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OSHA's Top Ten Citations and How to Avoid Them

Instructor: Randall Charpentier
Product ID: 703641
  • Duration: 90 Min

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With workplace injuries and illnesses constantly eating into costs and productivity, this workplace safety training will focus on compliance measures to promote employees’ safety. The course will list and elaborate OSHA’s top ten citations during workplace inspections. The webinar instructor will address each of these citations and offer suggestions to avoid them.

Why Should You Attend:

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), the total economic costs of occupational deaths and injuries in 2004 were an estimated $142.2 billion and a total of 120 million days were lost in 2004 due to occupational deaths and injuries. According to OSHA’s statistics, lost productivity from workplace injuries and illnesses costs companies $60 billion each year.

These figures bring to the fore the need to establish a well-organized safety management program within an organization and ensure compliance with OSHA’s mandates. This webinar will focus on OSHA’s top ten citations following worksite inspections.

It will discuss OSHA's Form 300 log of work-related injuries and illnesses, and medical services and first aid that must be made available for employees, as well as overview safety management programs complete with exit routes and emergency action plans. The instructor will highlight best practices to ensure your organization’s safety program meets OSHA’s inspection requirements.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Safety Management Program Overview
  • OSHA Basics – OSHA 300 Logs
  • OSHA Poster
  • Medical Services and First Aid
  • Exit Routes
  • Emergency Action Plans
  • Fire Prevention Plans
  • Accident/Injury Prevention
  • Injury Reviews
  • Workplace Inspections/Surveillance
  • Hazardous Materials & Waste
  • Materials Handling

Who Will Benefit:

  • Safety managers
  • Facility managers
  • Risk managers
  • HR managers
  • Engineers and supervisors
  • Safety committee members
  • Manufactures and shippers
  • Subcontractors and specialty contractors
  • General contractors

Instructor Profile:

Randall Charpentier is a safety and risk management consultant with over 20 years’ experience. He is an expert in training on OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard and in assigning, overseeing, and administering it. His project experience ranges from leading teams on the construction of the west coast space shuttle project, working internationally and domestically for leading environmental engineering firms conducting real estate assessments involving occupational and environmental risks, assessing business operational risks concerning commercial insurance policies, and reducing/eliminating exposures/hazards, to leading world renowned, top ten/one hundred community based and BioMedical research/teaching hospitals, with development and management of environmental health/safety management programs.

Topic Background:

The following is a list of the top 10 most frequently cited standards* following inspections of worksites by federal OSHA. OSHA publishes this list to alert employers about these commonly cited standards so they can take steps to find and fix recognized hazards addressed in these and other standards before OSHA shows up. Far too many preventable injuries and illnesses occur in the workplace.

  1. 1926.501 - Fall Protection
  2. 1910.1200 - Hazard Communication
  3. 1926.451 - Scaffolding
  4. 1910.134 - Respiratory Protection
  5. 1910.305 - Electrical, Wiring Methods
  6. 1910.178 - Powered Industrial Trucks
  7. 1926.1053 - Ladders
  8. 1910.147 - Lockout/Tagout
  9. 1910.303 - Electrical, General Requirements
  10. 1910.212 - Machine Guarding

*As of 10/25/13

If you are responsible for OSHA compliance in your firm, you should be focused on addressing these top ten citations as they are repeated yearly. The only thing that varies is the frequency and severity or impact on an organization.

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