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  • So you've had a visit from OSHA, Now What?

  • Hosted By:
  • ComplianceOnline
  • Start:
  • Wednesday - Feb 12, 2014 10:00 AM
  • End Time:
  • Wednesday - Feb 12, 2014 11:00 AM
  • Location:
  • Online
  • This training on OSHA inspection will focus on Abatement Verification Regulation (29 CFR 1903.19) and importance of abatement. Learn best practices to avoid penalties for failure to abate.

    Why Should You Attend:
    One term you should become familiar with if you receive a citation from OSHA (The Occupational Safety and Health Administration) is abatement. It refers to the correction of the safety or health hazard/violation that led to the OSHA citation. Failure to comply can lead to further citations, penalties or worse.
    This webinar will discuss Abatement Verification Regulation (29 CFR 1903.19), why abatement is important.
    Learning Objectives:
    Submitting abatement certificates
    Preparing abatement plans
    Preparing progress reports
    Tagging requirements for hand-held equipment and non-hand-held equipment
    Tag or copy of the citation removal
    Notifying employees that abatement has occurred
    Methods used to notify employees of abatement

    Areas Covered in the Webinar:
    -Purpose of OSHA’s inspections
    -Overview of the Abatement -Verification Regulation (29 CFR 1903.19)
    -What is abatement?
    -Who does this regulation apply too?
    -What happens if employers do not comply?
    -Questions & Review

    Who Will Benefit:
    -Loss Prevention Managers
    -HR Managers
    -Safety Managers
    -Safety Supervisors
    -Facility Managers
    -Risk Managers
    -Business Owners

    Instructor Profile:
    Wayne Ussery, is a Certified Safety & Health Manager, with over 15 years of safety and health experience. Mr. Ussery is a Safety and Health Practitioner through the state of Nevada, and has a variety of working knowledge and experience. Including Military service with the US Air Force Reserve of which he served as a Medical Service Journeyman, and the United States Army which he served as a Medical Corpsman, and a Stock Control and Accounting Specialist.


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