The frequently overlooked regulations that specifically address OSHA regulations for upper management.
Red flags of common mistakes/omissions That can render your safety program completely useless. Opening your company up for very expensive citations and possible litigation.
Who is responsible for the program:
An OSHA inspection can happen at any time.
Construction is a high hazard industry that comprises a wide range of activities involving construction, alteration, and/or repair.
Who is responsible for the program: Supervisor training: What OSHA requires for safety training: What OSHA wants to see in your safety program.