EHS Management

It’s Free. It’s Fun. It’s Informative. Register for Safety Forum Now!

There’s barely a week left until our Safety Forum event in Orlando, Florida—there are still seats available, and we’ve just booked an additional workshop on preparing for OSHA inspections! If you’re looking for a tailor-made safety management experience that covers culture, compliance, and leadership (not to mention the latest safety solutions from leading providers), don’t delay—register today!

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The event, which takes place on November 13 and 14 and is sponsored by SafeStart and Avetta, is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to gain an EHS management edge at your company and in your career. 98% of our delegates say that our events are “an easier, more efficient way to find out about potential service providers than an exhibition,” and we also provide free workshops that can help you effectively address your day-to-day safety concerns.

Our latest addition to the event, Amanda Czepiel, JD, is the Senior Managing Editor for environment, health, and safety (EHS) at BLR. Here are some of the details of Amanda’s presentation:

How to Prepare for and Manage OSHA Inspections

Presented by Amanda Czepiel, JD, Senior Managing Editor—EHS

OSHA can show up at virtually any moment, and employers in most cases will not receive advance notice of the visit. Knowing what happens during an OSHA inspection and what to do during one can ensure things run smoothly for both employers and employees.

OSHA recently increased its penalties, so being prepared for an OSHA inspection—and knowing how to contest a violation—is more important than ever. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to:

  • Understand what triggers an OSHA inspection and prepare for the different types of inspections your facility could face
  • Effectively manage the beginning steps prior to the inspection
  • Handle inspector requests for documents such as audits, training records, accident reports, and near-miss reports efficiently
  • Navigate closing conference, follow-up requests, and informal settlement discussions
  • Appropriately manage employee interviews
  • Document what the inspector documents through the use of notes, photographs and videos

Attendance Is Complimentary

Like all of our Forum events, the Safety Forum event is complimentary—all you pay for is your travel. Here are some of the other free benefits to attending the Forum:

  • Free workshops.
  • Free meals and refreshments.
  • Unparalleled networking opportunities.
  • A relaxed business-like environment.
  • Luxury venue, and hotel accommodations are included.

With space limited to 50 seats, it’s important that you save yours as soon as possible. We’ll see you in Orlando!

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