a division of Rockhurst University Continuing Education Center
This seminar is offered onsite only. The descriptions and outlines specified below are examples of the topics covered in this seminar. Actual seminar content will depend on your organization's needs. Of course, we customize the seminar's content to meet the specific needs of your organization.
OSHA: The Complete Compliance Workshop
A Two-Day Seminar
Meeting Code: KOD
Breakdowns in safety hurt everyone.
They can cost your company staggering amounts of money in terms
of workers comp claims. They can send your insurance rates
through the roof. They can destroy lives, careers and families.
Out of all the reasons to attend this training, the most
important one is to prevent on-the-job accidents. At this two-day workshop,
youll gain the critical skills you need to protect your employees
from harm. So, even if your safety measures are strong now, they could
be better and well show you how.
You need to know the latest OSHA regulations like the
back of your hand and practice meeting them to keep workers
safe and to avoid fines. Thats why this course uses hands-on exercises
to help drive home the skills you learn.
Plus, youll go back to work with the skills you
need to build training programs that meet OSHA safety education guidelines
. . . evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of your training . . . and
conduct audits that keep workers prepared for any inspection.
You Will Benefit ...
- See case study examinations
that reveal the legal pitfalls many companies fall prey to
- Learn how to handle investigators
without giving them a reason to probe deeper
- Pinpoint potential liabilities in your company
with a job hazard analysis
- Keep employees up-to-date on OSHA standards with
a training level evaluation
You Will Cover ...
Know Your Legal Rights And Obligations
- EXERCISE: Practice protecting your companys bottom
line by taking an unjust citation through the OSHA appeal process
- How to ensure that the records you keep meet OSHAs
- How to understand OSHAs new penalty system and
fine reduction factors
- How to comply with OSHAs bloodborne pathogen
rule when dealing with injured workers
- PRACTICAL APPLICATION: Walk step-by-step through the
correct procedures for reporting a worksite accident
- CASE STUDY: Examine actual court cases and determine
how you can avoid the legal pitfalls many companies fall prey
Keep Employees Fully Trained and Up-to-Date
- TRAINING EVALUATION: Determine what types of
safety training your employees must complete to meet todays
- How to meet new Lockout/ Tagout training requirements
and avoid one of the top 5 fines OSHA hands out
- Why pros use the buffer zone technique
to put their training programs above OSHAs required standards
- 3 questions you must ask to make sure any outside
training services you contract can meet new OSHA requirements
- ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Draw upon the experiences
of your peers and discover new techniques you can use to help
employees uphold OSHA standards
- How to use the scared straight method
that keeps employees on their toes months after youve trained
Spot and Eliminate Potential Hazards and Violations
- JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS: Practice pinpointing potential
hazard liabilities in your company
- A proven system that gets employees to report
hazards to you . . . instead of complaining to OSHA
- 3 rules you must follow when monitoring your
own compliance otherwise your audit records could come
back to bite you
- How to decide if a work risk is so great that
you need to go beyond meeting OSHA regulations to ensure employee
- The pros and cons of protecting your company
through OSHAs employer consultation services
- Q & A: Ask an OSHA compliance expert how
you can meet lofty standards and avoid fines
Handle Worksite Inspections Like a Pro
- INSPECTION ROLE PLAY: Practice giving investigators
the records and information they want without giving them a reason
to fine you
- How to avoid getting hit with the general duty
clause that allows you to be fined even if you meet current standards
- How to halt the domino effect that starts inspectors
writing citation after citation
- Learn a pre-inspection rundown that primes your
employees and ensures facility readiness
- 4 tips thatll help you maintain a good
faith relationship with OSHA and avoid having the book thrown
- BONUS: A hot-spot inspection sheet that lists
the top places inspectors look and questions they ask
Should Attend ...
This OSHA-approved curriculum is for anyone who wants
to meet new regulations . . . reduce workers comp claims
. . . and build employee training programs that fulfill OSHA requirements
plus, qualify for 10 hours of voluntary OSHA compliance training.
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