OSHA Compliance Update
OSHA’s 2013 agenda includes various enforcement policies, initiatives and proposals which could greatly impact business operations if not understood and prepared for. As enforcement is taking a more upfront role, the priorities for OSHA should be closely looked at so companies can address any shortcomings before an inspection occurs.
As always, the increase in programmed and follow–up inspections and the risk for high penalties makes non-compliance a losing proposition.
This program is designed to help printers understand the OSHA agenda and redirect their focus on the necessary compliance needs.
You Will Learn
- New initiative on exits and related compliance
- Letter of Interpretation on temporary employees
- Status of Injury and Illness Prevention Program standard
- Reminder on the required Hazard Communication training for 2013