OSHA Update 2016: How to Report, Record, and Comply under OSHA’s Broader Enforcement Policies

webinar OSHA Update 2016: How to Report, Record, and Comply under OSHA’s Broader Enforcement Policies

You Will Learn:

  • OSHA enforcement focus for 2016 (and why some employers are quaking in their boots)
  • Major OSHA rulemaking developments that your company should be preparing for now
  • Which industries OSHA is now targeting for enforcement
Watch the pre-recorded web conference
$269.00
 

OSHA is making significant changes in 2016; casting a wider enforcement net, increasing penalties, and broadening industry targets.

In fact, OSHA is changing compliance rules, and raising the stakes for companies that fail to provide safe workplaces.

If OSHA targets your company this year, will your records and procedures make the grade? With increased penalties (adjusted for inflation for the first time since 1990), non-compliance is costlier than ever before!

Learning Objectives

During this comprehensive webinar, you will learn which aspects of your health and safety program should be reevaluated; including what records your organization should be keeping, steps to take if you are cited, and important OSHA changes that are still to come in 2016.

  • OSHA enforcement focus for 2016 (and why some employers are quaking in their boots)
  • Major OSHA rulemaking developments that your company should be preparing for now
  • Which industries OSHA is now targeting for enforcement
  • Specific reporting and recordkeeping rules that your company must implement soon
  • Latest guidelines for safety and health program management
  • OSHA fine changes for violations
  • Tips to help avoid an OSHA citation
  • Basic guidelines for handling an OSHA inspection
  • Latest whistleblower protections and what they mean to your company

Product ID: 6820

Bonus Material

Plus, you get the practical report, The Smart Manager’s Guide to OSHA Recordkeeping Basics – a $247 value – FREE!

OSHA-RecordkeepingWith your registration you get the practical report, The Smart Manager’s Guide to OSHA Recordkeeping Basics – a $247 value – FREE!

Jam-packed with recordkeeping guidelines, this guide covers:

  • Covered vs. Not Covered Employees
    • Who In Your Business Is A Covered Employee
    • Temporary Employees
    • What Is The Definition of “Work-Related”?
      • What Are The Exceptions To The “Work-Related” Definition?
    • What Types of Businesses Are Required To Keep OSHA Records?
      • Businesses That Are Exempt
      • Businesses That Are Partially Exempt
    • What Should Your Business Record?
      • If You Are A Covered Employer, You Need To Record
      • First Aid
    • Recordkeeping Timeline
      • When Should You Fill Out OSHA Forms?
      • What Forms Are Posted For Employees To View?
      • How Long Do You Need To Keep OSHA Forms?
      • What Forms Does Your Business Need?
    • An In-Depth Look At Standard OSHA Forms
      • OSHA Form 301: Injury and Illness Report
      • OSHA Form 300: The Log of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
      • OSHA Form 300A: Summary of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
    • Evaluating Your Business’ Injury and Illness Rates
      • How To Calculate Your Business’ Incident Rate
      • Other Helpful Equations
      • How To Compare Your Incident Rate To Others In Your Industry
    • Occupational Safety & Health Administration Recordkeeping Summary

Plus, this essential guide gives you finger-tip access to:

  • OSHA Forms for Recording Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
    1. OSHA Form 300: The Log of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
    2. OSHA Form 300A: Summary of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
    3. OSHA Form 301: Injury and Illness Report

So, don’t delay! Register today for this information-packed webinar and get your copy of The Smart Manager’s Guide to OSHA Recordkeeping Basics – a $247 value – FREE!

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Faculty

Valerie Butera
Valerie Butera
Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker Green

VALERIE BUTERA is a Member of the Firm in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice, in the Washington, DC, office of Epstein Becker Green, where she focuses on OSHA and other workplace safety and health issues. She represents clients from numerous industries, including health care and life sciences, financial services, hospitality, retail, and technology, among others. She is OSHA 30 certified and has substantial training and experience in process safety management (PSM).

Continuing Education Units

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