Navigating the Requirements under OSHA's Revised Walking-Working Surface Rule


Instructor: Irwin Dobrushin
Product ID: 705701

  • Duration: 75 Min
This webinar will discuss the requirements of OSHA’s revised walking-working surface rule intended to reduce slips, trips and falls, Revised rules for ladders stairways scaffold and dockboard safety and employer responsibilities in providing training including the proper use of personal protective equipment.
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Why Should You Attend:

Slips, trips and falls are among the leading causes of work-related injuries and fatalities in the U.S., and continue to pose problems for all employers. In November 2016, OSHA published its updated Walking / Working Surfaces (WWS) Standard, the regulation that governs slips, trips and fall hazards in general industry, after decades of attempts to amend the Rule. The Final Rule was intended to modernize and harmonize OSHA's various regulations focused on fall hazards, based on advances in fall protection technologies and methods, and lessons learned over the decades.

Attend this OSHA Walking-working surface rule webinar to understand the modifications required as prescribed in this rule for workplace practices and physical installations, especially those related to fall protection, fixed ladders and scaffolding, dockboard safety. Learn the responsibilities an employer has and various employee training and proper us of personal protective equipment.

Learning Objectives:

  • Updated requirements intended to reduce slips, trips and falls
  • Revised rules for ladders stairways scaffold and dockboard safety
  • Learn how these standards benefits employers
  • Learn what new responsibilities employers have under the updated rule
  • New options for fall protection
  • Employee training, including the proper use of personal protective equipment

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The new requirements for managing slip, trip and fall hazards in general industry
  • Criteria for fall protection equipment and ladder safety
  • Updates to the General Industry Scaffold requirements
  • Identify and comply with the key components of subpart D of 29 CFR 1910.22-30
  • Avoid the top five violations of Subpart D
  • Effective dates for various aspects of the new Walking / Working Surfaces Standard
  • Meet OSHA's fall hazard requirements for exposed workers
  • Employee training, including the proper use of personal protective equipment

Who Will Benefit:

  • Health and Safety Professionals
  • Risk Managers
  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Maintenance Supervisors
  • Material Handlers
  • Painters
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • General Industry Business Owners
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Members of Safety Committee
Instructor Profile:
Irwin Dobrushin

Irwin Dobrushin
Principal and Owner, IJD Environmental Health and Safety LLC

Irwin Dobrushin has over 37 years of experience in the environmental, health and safety profession. Throughout his career, he has provided comprehensive health and safety support and services in a variety of business settings including consultation and industrial/manufacturing settings such as: steel and metal production, metal fabrication, organic and inorganic chemical manufacturing including the production of chlorine, chlorinated methanes, isocyanates, coal based chemicals, formaldehyde containing products, and nuclear fuel manufacturing.

His expertise extents to: ergonomic assessments, training and corrective actions; comprehensive practice of industrial hygiene; analysis of work related injury/illness data identification, causation, frequency of injury types, corrective actions etc. for multinational corporations; safety and industrial hygiene program/procedures development, review and implementation; safety and industrial hygiene compliance auditing; all aspects of safety/health program development and implementation; OSHA process safety management and EPA risk management programs; and hazardous waste disposal.

Mr. Dobrushin received his bachelor’s degree in biology and MPH from the University of Pittsburgh, and he is also a certified industrial hygienist, certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene.

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