OSHA - Required Safety Programs
With so many OSHA regulations requiring written safety programs, it can be difficult to determine what required elements should be included in your company’s programs.
Join us to learn about programs that are mandatory for every employer, required for specific operations or employee exposures, and typically cited and requested by OSHA for review. Attendees will leave with an understanding of:
- How to determine which regulations apply to your company
- The specific regulations
- Important program elements
- Written program requirements
- Employee training requirements
The OSHA programs included in the discussion will be:
- Hazard Communication
- Machine Guarding
- Lockout Tagout
- Respiratory Protection
- Powered Industrial Trucks
- Medical Services & First Aid
- Walking/Working Surfaces
- Hazardous Energy Control
- Injury Illness Prevention Plan
- Emergency Action Plan
- Fire Prevention Plan
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Hearing Conservation
- Confined Space
- Heat Illness Prevention
- Fall Protection
This course is a great opportunity to create or enhance your existing safety programs, improve your company’s accident prevention initiatives, and comply with a number of regulatory requirements which continue to evolve and grow in complexity.
Sonya V. Luisoni, CEES
Risk Consultant, Marsh & McLennan Agency
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