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. Since OSHA has increased its penalties in recent years, being prepared for an OSHA inspection and knowing how to contest a violation is more important than ever.
It’s a fact: over half of OSHA inspections are conducted at construction sites, most of which are multi-employer worksites. And for good reason, as fatalities from falls in 2017 were at their highest level in the 26-year history of the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries with falls causing more than one-third of construction deaths.
There are a lot of questions about how to properly wear it and the pros and cons of daily wear FR/AR (Flame Resistant/Arc Rated) clothing. In this webinar, our experts explain why FR/AR clothing is important and how the science behind it is leading it to be compliant.
As Safety Professionals, whether we admit it or not, we can sometimes fall into the habit of checking off all the boxes when it comes to Safety Training and being satisfied with reporting 100% compliance to our Leadership and Stakeholders. Does this mean our facilities are actually safer? Are there things that we can do to re-enforce our Safety Training and actually drive a change in behavior within our organizations?
Safety professionals everywhere are looking for more effective ways to engage their employees and get them focused on safety. Attention spans are shorter than ever. Employees are stressed and distracted and more interested in checking their smartphones than listening to you. YouTube and Instagram have everyone hooked on short, concise visual bursts. Visual communication is the “secret weapon” that can help you capture (and keep) your employees’ attention. In this lively presentation.