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Legally Effective Contractor Safety Management

Contractors and temporary workers are disproportionately represented in fatality and severe injury cases, and host employers and general contractors often find themselves facing legal contractual and tort liability. OSHA and MSHA have increased their emphasis programs on dual liability, with penalties reaching as high as $270,903 per violation. The increased use of third-party workers, via […]

Mistakes I See Every Day. Best Practices From a Safety Pro

Oh, the things a safety consultant sees! Learn from a safety pro how to build an effective safety program and create a safety culture that sticks. Join KPA’s expert, Zach Pucillo as he shares the most common errors he sees while auditing facilities and the recommended best practices to keep your workforce safe, your company […]

New OSHA & State Emergency COVID Rules

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, causing outbreaks in a variety of industry sectors resulting in worker deaths and serious illness. Federal OSHA has issued policy and has tools such as the General Duty Clause and Respiratory Protection Rules, but resisted requests from worker groups and Congress to promulgate an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) addressing […]

3 Things You Can Do to Create a Make Safety Personal Culture

Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time Sponsored by By now you have recovered (or are recovering) from the pandemic and operations are back to normal – or maybe it’s a new normal. Regardless, it’s a good idea to ask, “did we thrive because of our safety culture or take a beating?” […]

Indoor Air Quality Issues & Filtration Options for Manufacturing or Processing Facilities

Many manufacturing and processing facilities face air quality issues. Wet or dry particles can become airborne when food, metal, chemicals or pharmaceutical products are produced or when paper or wood are processed. If left to accumulate in the air, this dust and mist causes numerous safety hazards for operators and the facility. Join speaker Randi […]

Returning to Work During a Pandemic

Sponsored by Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2020 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time Since the beginning of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, multiple sources of information have been regularly providing updates that have required time to monitor. The information from different sources have often conflicted and information that was thought to be true one day may not be the […]

Heat Stress and Cold Stress: Responses and Recommendations

Date: Thursday, August 06, 2020 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time Sponsored by: There are a lot of questions regarding FR/AR clothing and what do in extreme hot and cold temperatures. In this complimentary webinar, our FR expert Derek Sang discusses the effects of heat stress and cold stress and what employers can do to keep […]

Lagging Indicators, Leading Indicators – Let’s Start Over

Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2020 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time Sponsored by   Recent discussions in the OSH community about leading vs lagging indicators have been lively. Many OSH pros are thoughtfully considering how they can create indicators that effectively measure their organization’s performance and are learning to appreciate that it doesn’t mean throwing out lagging […]

Harnessing the Future of Fall Protection

Sponsored by:   &     Falling from heights remains one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities in the United States. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, of 1,008 deaths in construction in a recent year, 320 were due to falls from heights. In spite of all other efforts to protect workers, the proper use and […]

Returning to Work After a Pandemic: Managing Change in the Post-COVID Workplace

Sponsored by: Date: Wednesday, July 22, 2020 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time Employees are beginning to return to work, but to a different work environment. A work environment with new health and legal risks and compliance issues. Different rules apply and those rules are changing almost daily. New procedures and training need to be developed. As […]