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Maintaining a Safe Workplace in 2012 - Comprehensive OSHA Training Webinar Package (6 Courses)

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This comprehensive training package of six courses provides enterprises a clear understanding of workplace safety issues such as accident investigation, lockout/tagout, OSHA inspections, OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping, effective safety programs and hazard recognitions techniques.

As OSHA strengthens its scrutiny of employers and workplace safety in 2012, how can organizations ensure they are in compliance with current standards? What are the hazard recognition techniques that can ensure a safe workplace? How do you maintain the right records to satisfy OSHA inspectors?

This package of five webinar recording CDs addresses such issues as accident investigation, lockout/tagout, OSHA inspections, OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping, effective safety programs and hazard recognitions techniques.

How It Works:

Each webinar CD has a series of modules. Our speakers have delivered the modules using PowerPoint slides.

This training is convenient to attend individually or in groups. You don't have to travel from your office. This means you can afford to have your whole team attend. As the webinar recording CDs are licensed to be used multiple times in a location, you can schedule the training as many times for as many groups/batches as you wish. Your team members will learn the material together; everybody will get the same information.

Webinar Topics:

Who will Benefit?

These webinar recording CDs will be beneficial to the following:

Safety consultants, safety managers, line managers and supervisors, EH&S professionals, HR professionals, and employees handling chemicals, heavy and/or dangerous machinery and equipment.

Webinars included in the Package: 

Accident Investigations and the Law – How to Find Out What Really Happened (Duration: 75 minutes)

This OSHA training on accident investigation teaches how to investigate an industrial site accident, analyze the facts, identify the contributing factors, discover the root cause, document the investigation, take corrective action to prevent future accidents, and follow up the completed investigation.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Understanding the safety, legal and secondary objectives of accident investigations.
  • What is the real purpose of the investigation.
  • The elements of the investigation.
  • Effective ways to keep the evidence straight.
  • How to investigate witnesses.

About the Instructor:

Christopher J. Miranda is the founder of MAC Safety, Inc., located in Pittsburgh, Penn. Miranda has years of experience in safety management, accident investigation, and OSHA compliance. He is a national trainer and author who helps design safety programs that get results.

Lockout/Tagout – How to Protect your Employees and Avoid OSHA Citation (60 Minutes)

The OSHA training webinar teaches the basic practices and procedures for a lockout/tagout program that can protect employees from the unexpected start-up of machinery or equipment.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Why you should care about Lockout / Tagout.
  • Program development.
  • Types of energy sources.
  • How do you control hazardous energy?
  • Periodic inspections.
  • What OSHA expects, and training requirements.

About the Instructor:

Christopher J. Miranda is the founder of MAC Safety, Inc., located in Pittsburgh, Penn. Miranda has years of experience in safety management, accident investigation, and OSHA compliance. He is a national trainer and author who helps design safety programs that get results.

OSHA Inspections – Avoiding the 10 Most Common Mistakes (90 minutes)

This OSHA inspection webinar covers various aspects of an OSHA inspection such as how establishments are targeted, how to limit the scope of an inspection or investigation, how not to self-incriminate, and when and how to appeal.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The OSHA jurisdiction that will inspect an establishment. About half of the states are under federal OSHA jurisdiction, and the remainder subject to independent state OSHA programs.
  • Understanding the “probable cause” for the inspection is the key to limiting the scope of an inspection.
  • Understanding “consensual inspection” is the key to exercising the employer's rights during an inspection.
  • Effective safety program document management can avoid smoking guns.
  • A late or ineffective appeal (not knowing defenses) can exacerbate the outcome of an inspection.

About the Instructor:

James T. Dufour, MS, JD, CIH, REA is an attorney with a background in environmental management and industrial hygiene and workplace safety with more than 3 decades of experience, including private law practice since 1987 effectively representing clients in federal, California, and other state OSHA appeals and administrative, civil and criminal environmental cases.

OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Update through Recent Published and Unpublished Interpretation Letters (2.5 Hours)

This OSHA Recordkeeping training addresses the key concepts in understanding the OSHA recordkeeping analysis through recent OSHA Interpretation Letters. This training also includes hypothetical fact scenarios that present common recordkeeping issues encountered by facility record keepers.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The Scope of Work Relationship – differences between OSHA and Workers' Compensation definitions.
  • Understanding the key exceptions to the work relationship.
  • Rules for temporary workers.
  • The role of employee fault.
  • What OSHA means by “restricted work.”.
  • The meaning of “significant aggravation.”
  • The effect of post-accident drug tests.
  • The conflicting doctor rule.
  • The nuts and bolts of completing the OSHA 300 Log.
  • Completing the 300A Annual Summary.

About the Instructor:

William Principe, specializes in occupational safety and health regulatory issues with the Atlanta-based labor and employment law firm Constangy, Brooks & Smith. He works with companies on compliance with both federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and state safety and health regulations, and frequently conducts recordkeeping training sessions.

Maintaining an Effective Safety Program - No Matter the Cost (58 minutes)

This compliance training webinar provides insight into how an enterprise can implement and maintain an effective safety program in a tough economic scenario when cost cutting and diminished budgets are increasingly common.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • How to evaluate your current safety program.
  • Why loss control should be as important as product development.
  • How to make a case for safety.
  • Ways to communicate the cost-benefit relationship safety has in your company.
  • How to build visibility of your safety program at a senior management level.

About the Instructor:

Christopher J. Miranda, is the founder of MAC Safety, Inc., located in Pittsburgh, Penn. Miranda has years of experience in safety management, accident investigation, and OSHA compliance. He is a national trainer and author who helps design safety programs that get results.

Hazard Recognition Techniques that Deliver Measurable Results (60 minutes)

This training webinar on Hazard Recognition Techniques explains workplace hazards and provides meaningful and useful hazard identification procedures. The instructor also discusses methods to perform hazard surveys that reduce risks to workers.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The most significant challenges to hazard recognition - and how to overcome them.
  • Key principles of hazard recognition that every manager and employee should know.
  • Primary causes of injuries and illnesses - and why they are so common.
  • How to improve audits by utilizing basic hazard recognition concepts.
  • Why it's essential to establish standards in hazard recognition.
  • Help workers recognize hazards that are often missed.
  • How to evaluate which techniques are most suitable for your workplace.
  • Dramatically improve hazard recognition.

About the Instructor:

Dr. Kenneth S. Weinberg , Ph.D., is an independent consultant in environmental health and safety and toxicology located in Stoughton , MA . Dr. Weinberg has consulted for a variety of clients in industry, as well as health care and laboratories.
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