Red flags that can render your OSHA Safety Program Completely Useless

  • 24
  • May 2024
  • 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration 60 Mins
Webinar ID IQW24E0551
Level Basic & Advanced

  • Review of a well-run safety program and the reasoning behind each request for documentation from OSHA

Overview of the webinar

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 than $1,000. Is this worth the gamble?

Most worker's compensation carriers are willing to more than cover the expense of having a well-run program.

Who should attend?

  • Owners
  • Supervisors
  • Hr and lead people on projects or in departments

Why should you attend?

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

Faculty - Mr.Gary G. Heppner

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

Currently working with four accounts at a time out of California, two of which are roofers in the past 2- years. Both roofers underwent and passed an on-site OSHA audit because they are a “high hazard employers. OSHA Consultative and workers compensation loss control do not “OSHA proof” your business. [A number of employers believe they do] They can only point to the problem and the regulation. The usual outcome leaves the employer frustrated as to how to proceed to train department supervisors keeping them advised of OSHA changes and amendments. I assist in providing detailed job/site specific training.

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