Why This Training Is Important:
This Course will provide you with a general overview of OSHA�s Mission. Introduction to OSHA provides information on common safety program requirements typically employed to provide employees with a safe and healthful working environment.
This program can assist site personnel charged with Safety duties in understanding OSHA�s Role in today�s workplace. Employee safety is critical to efficient corporate operations.
Your employees deserve to work in the safest work environment possible. OSHA fines have dramatically increased in recent years. This, combined with the requirement to stay on top of regulatory changes creates a significant challenge for American companies.Introduction to OSHA will discuss:
How This Training Will Help Improve Your Safety Program:
- What OSHA Is
- OSHA's Role in Today�s Workplace
- How OSHA Describes Worker Injuries
- OSHA's Mission
- Who Is Covered By The OSH Act
- OSHA Complaint Procedures
- Various Recordkeeping Forms
- Worker Responsibilities
- Employer Duties
- Worker's Rights
- OSHA Inspection Process
- Compliance Assistance Services Offered by OSHA
- Federal Whistleblower Protection Program
- Sources of State and Federal Assistance
- Various Subparts of 29 CFR
- OSHA Civil Penalties Policy
- Ideas to Help Develop an Effective Safety Program
- Recognition & Control of Workplace Hazards
About Your Speaker
- Provide You With An Overview Of OSHA Compliance Requirements
- Help You Better Understand Workplace Safety Responsibilities, Duties and Rights
- Help You Better Understand The OSHA Inspection Process Should Your Workplace Be Inspected
- Help You Understand Which Subparts of 29CFR Apply To Your Workplace
- Help You Understand The OSHA Civil Penalties Policy
- Improve Skills In The Recognition & Control Of Workplace Hazards
Rory K. Rogan has been active in the field of Occupational Health and Safety and Emergency Management since 1976.
He is an accomplished writer, speaker, and technical training instructor, having authored and taught hundreds of books, seminars, and training courses relating to safety and emergency management. His safety programs are in use in the top one hundred companies in America and in dozens of countries worldwide.
Rory has degrees in Safety Engineering and Emergency Program Management. He served 21 years in the United States Air Force as a Safety Officer with his last four years as the senior military liaison between civilian contractors developing safety equipment for the USAF and the Defense Management Agency for Acquisitions.