Simulated OSHA Workplace Inspection and Follow Up


Instructor: John J Meola
Product ID: 705639
Training Level: Basic to Intermediate

  • Duration: 90 Min
This OSHA inspection webinar will discuss the importance and techniques associated with preparing for conducting and proper safety inspections for your workplace. We will describe the various types of OSHA inspections and what you can expect to be asked in terms of questions, requests for documents, evidence of your safety program, employee training and other common questions that an OSHA inspector will be interested in.
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Why Should You Attend:

Learn how to make your facility safer and avoid incurring a penalty for easily avoided safety violations or infractions. There are several levels of technical compliance with most of the OSHA Standards. Knowing how to interpret and implement some of the basic and intermediate level performance steps can save you a fine and prevent an accident or injury. In addition, your insurance company will love it when you can demonstrate that you took pro-active measures to protect your employees from injuries that could cause a workers comp claim or a loss to the facility, such as a fire, explosion, hazardous material spill etc.

We will cover:

  • Routine and periodic inspection frequencies
  • Critical inspections such as in advance of capacity lifts using cranes or hoisting
  • Inspections based on occupancy, such as schools, nursing homes, residential, industrial, commercial and retail facilities
  • Most common failures recorded on inspections
  • Learn which records and documents OSHA requires to be maintained, including the POSTER and logs
  • OSHA Safety and Industrial Hygiene Inspection protocols – each will look for a different set of safety controls and practices.
  • Learn about facility and premises safety features, such as:
    • Housekeeping – which is a lot more than just pushing a broom
    • Lighting – many accidents are caused by insufficient illumination
    • Safety Hardware – such as fire safety gear, eye and face wash, first aid supplies
    • Hazardous materials storage- liquid fuel storage, handling, grounding and bonding , industrial gasses, utility lines, etc.
    • Parking lots and access areas – these are subject to inspection along with your actual production facilities. Many states will accept a claim for slip & fall injury in a parking lot as Workers Comp. eligible. We will talk about prevention and avoidance of these types of claims as well
  • Learn tips and techniques for making your program more resilient at a reasonable cost

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

This webinar will walk through the steps of a simulated combined OSHA safety and health inspection, including

  • Preparation for an inspection – tools and hardware
  • Records and documents you will be asked to produce on an OSHA Inspection
  • Tips on submitting documentation to OSHA after the actual in-plant inspection – this can cause you additional pain if not done correctly.
  • Basic safety and health inspection points for a wide assortment of physical facilities including:
    • offices and mixed use occupancies
    • factories, production shops, manufacturing
    • construction sites
    • residential and commercial occupancies
    • Retail stores
    • Warehouse
    • other occupancies
  • Off -site operations- you are still responsible for your employee safety off your premises
  • Documenting and recording of inspection findings
  • Responsibility for correcting items found on the inspection
  • Timeline, prioritization and triage
  • Confirmation of completion on findings
  • Alternative means and methods for dealing with violations
  • Categories of OSHA Violations and their revised penalty schedule – even an out of date fire extinguisher can cost you’re a 5 digit fine. We will discuss ways to minimize your exposure to larger category penalties.
  • Who should be doing the inspection and how often, to what level of stringency and detail
  • How your Safety Committee can assist with the process

Who Will Benefit:

  • Safety Engineers
  • Safety Officers and Directors
  • OSHA Inspectors
  • Building Inspectors
  • Productions Supervisors and Managers
  • Field Superintendents
  • Fleet Administrators
  • QA/QC Managers
  • Purchasing Agents
  • Human Resources Managers
  • Personal Injury Attorneys, paralegals
  • Investigators, forensic investigators
  • Insurance agents and Brokers
  • Factory foremen
  • Warehouse Managers
  • Shipyard foremen
  • Construction Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Mechanics and Supervisors
  • Technical Specialists and Instructors
  • Facilities Maintenance Supervisors and Managers
  • Residential Assistants, College and University Dormitories
  • Lab Safety Officers
  • Chemical Plant and Warehouse Personnel
  • Oil & Gas Operations
  • Agricultural and Food Processing
  • Mercantile and manufacturing Goods
  • Quarries, stone and gravel yards
  • Landscapers
Instructor Profile:
John J. Meola

John J. Meola
Safety Director, Pillar, Inc.

John J. Meola, CSP, ARM is the Safety Director for Pillar, Inc. based in Richmond, VA.

He is also an Instructor at the VA Commonwealth University, School of Business, Risk Management and Insurance Department and an OSHA 500 Community Outreach Construction Safety Trainer. He has authored two safety handbooks and contributes numerous technical safety articles for trade industry publications.

Mr. Meola is also an Executive Officer with the Colonial VA Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers and a Past-President of this Chapter. He works closely with clients from private industry to develop and manage employee safety and health issues across a wide range of businesses.

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