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Pack of THREE: Best Selling OSHA Compliance Courses by MentorHealth in 2015

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Modules:
  1.   OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Analysis
  2.   Confined Space Entry
  3.   Managing OSHA Inspections and Accident Investigations
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Product Id : 20063PACK

Overview: This webinar will provide a description of what the requirements for OSHA Injury and Illness reporting, as well as what constitutes the various acceptable categories for reportable and no reportable injuries./ The webinar will also define common terms used by OSHA and the methods for calculating the injury and illness rates in your facility.

Why should you attend: Failure to properly report injuries and illnesses and to properly comply with thje annual posting requirements is one of the top ten most cited violations issued by OSHA inspectors. It is critical that employers understand the reporting requirements and what constitutes proper and timely reporting of injuries and illnesses on a regular basis, as well as annual reporting.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Classification of companies that are required to report and those that are exempt
  • classification of reportable injuries and illnesses

Who Will Benefit:
  • Business Owners
  • Safety Personnel
  • Human Resource Personnel
  • Nurses
Dr. Kenneth S. Weinberg, Ph.D. is an independent consultant in environmental health and safety. Dr. Weinberg has consulted for several companies in the areas of OSHA Injury and Illness reporting, as well as auditing for OSHA inspections. He has worked as the Director of Safety at Mass. General Hospital in Boston for almost twelve years, and has written several books on the topics of health care safety, OSHA, and Indoor Air Quality. He has also written several articles for prominent national safety publications, and serves on the editorial advisory boards for safety publications. He Also has been Administrator of the Health Care Divisio0n of the American Society of Safety Engineers, and is a member of several panels that advice on safety related matters.
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Overview: Whenever workers enter an area where there is a possibility of exposure to hazardous or toxic substances, or where there is a possibility of injury or harm due to entering a space with only one way in and out, and where only a single employee may work, OSHA has provided written regulations requiring that the space be designated as a hazard with confined space entry requirements.

Why should you attend: This program will help you understand the parameters and definitions of confined space, how a confined space is identified, how to train employees and what precautions are required for working in a confined space.

This webinar will also discuss the requirements and procedures needed for employees or outside contractors to enter confined spaces. In addition, this webinar will provide definitions of the types of hazards that could be encountered in a confined space. Finally, this webinar will discuss strategies for assuring worker safety in confined spaces.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • OSHA Regulations
  • How to identify a confined space
  • Hazard Definitions
  • Procedures
  • Safety requirements

Who Will Benefit:
  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Employers
  • Employees
Dr. Kenneth S. Weinberg, Ph.D. is an independent consultant in environmental health and safety. Dr. Weinberg has consulted for several companies in the areas of OSHA Injury and Illness reporting, as well as auditing for OSHA inspections. He has worked as the Director of Safety at Mass. General Hospital in Boston for almost twelve years, and has written several books on the topics of health care safety, OSHA, and Indoor Air Quality. He has also written several articles for prominent national safety publications, and serves on the editorial advisory boards for safety publications. He Also has been Administrator of the Health Care Divisio0n of the American Society of Safety Engineers, and is a member of several panels that advice on safety related matters.
Product Id : 20063PACK

Overview: This webinar will provide an outline and guide of how employers and managers should effectively deal with an OSHA Inspection, whether it is planned or a surprise. The program will also remind employers of their rights and obligations under OSHA regulations, as well as what can happen as a result of an inspection whose results are less than adequate.

Why should you attend: All employers need to be aware of how to handle an OSHA Inspection or an investigation following an accident. Keeping cool and calm, and having a plan moving forward is extremely important in assuring that you have the best possible outcome following an inspection of any sort.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • How to prepare for an Inspection
  • How to proceed when an inspection occur
  • Techniques to work effectively with inspectors
  • Techniques to best utilize employee input
  • How to deal with the post inspection results
  • Potential fines and penalties that nay result from OSHA Inspections

Who Will Benefit:
  • All Mangers
  • Safety Personnel
  • Risk Managers
  • Executives
Dr. Kenneth S. Weinberg, Ph.D. is an independent consultant in environmental health and safety. Dr. Weinberg has consulted for several companies in the areas of OSHA Injury and Illness reporting, as well as auditing for OSHA inspections. He has worked as the Director of Safety at Mass. General Hospital in Boston for almost twelve years, and has written several books on the topics of health care safety, OSHA, and Indoor Air Quality. He has also written several articles for prominent national safety publications, and serves on the editorial advisory boards for safety publications. He Also has been Administrator of the Health Care Divisio0n of the American Society of Safety Engineers, and is a member of several panels that advice on safety related matters.