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
- First Aid, What is it?
- What your Safety Program should look like
- How OSHA defines proactive
- OSHA 300 Form?
- Documentation OSHA wants to see regarding reporting injuries or illnesses. Safety meetings that are not worth the paper they are written on
- Enforcement that will be rejected
Why you should Attend
Most employers and supervisors are not confident their current safety program will pass an OSHA audit in the event of a serious injury. You are gambling on the possibility of thousands of dollars in citations. California citation is $18,000 per citation. Other states around $14,000 per citation. To tune up your program usually costs less then $1,000. Is this worth the gamble?
Most workers compensation carriers are willing to more then cover the expense of having a well-run program.
Areas Covered in the Session
Review of a well-run safety program and the reasoning behind each request for documentation from OSHA.
Who Will Benefit
- Lead people on projects
Gary Heppner 30 years an independent Insurance broker in California, writing a large book of workers compensation and other lines of insurance. Been providing assistance with over 23+ OSHA Consultative visit from OSHA during the last 19 years.
Speaking on Webinars Monthly to all 50-states for the last 1.5 years.
Held 1-hour webinar to equipment rental agencies in North America.
Featured one month in Equipment rental agencies monthly magazine.
Conducted over 100 + "OSHA Mock OSHA Audits" for clients to determine compliance