Product Id: 704986
Creating a safety culture in the workplace takes time, patience, and is often a multi-year process. This training program will examine how organizations need to transition from the existing zero injury workplace culture to a more safety oriented culture. In the process, it will examine the pros and cons behind each process and also offer best practices to determine whether you are doing it right.
Product Id: 704465
This webinar training will discuss the recent updates in OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements. Speaker will explain the major regulatory changes that went into effect January 1, 2015 Participants will gain valuable understanding of 300, 300A and 301 log, new reporting timeline requirements and exemptions.
Product Id: 704909
You will want to participate in this webinar to gain insight on how to protect your employer from OSHA regulation as well as to develop an understanding on OSHA’s stance for contract and temporary workers. Also, you will not want to miss out on the discussion of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recent stance on the issue.
Product Id: 704739
This zero tolerance for injuries training program will discuss what it means to have a safety culture on site. It will also identify the four steps of the safety maturity curve and discuss employee and employer rights and responsibilities at each step of the maturity curve. The instructor will explain the benefits of sustaining a safety culture in the workplace.
Product Id: 704255
In this training program, attendees will gain an understanding of general laboratory safety and common lab operation procedures. The course will also instruct on what PPE to provide such as safety goggles, aprons, gloves, eyewash stations, fire extinguishers, first aid kits, etc.
Product Id: 702326
This webinar will help you understand OSHA’s requirements for preventing accidental release of energy or accidental start-up of equipment. You will learn what documents to have in place, including a written lockout/tagout plan, and how to implement it.
Product Id: 703725
This course will enhance participants' understanding of an employer's responsibilities in hiring independent contractors. It will further distinguish between an independent contractor and a temporary employee, laying emphasis on the parameters detailed in Form W-2 and Form 1099-S. It will include discussions on the Department of Labor's view and the EEOC’s involvement as well.
Product Id: 705510
This webinar will discuss the basics of what is required in a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), how to develop and implement and formalized SWPPP and address site-specific questions and scenarios.
The Dos and Don’ts of Poster Compliance - Is Your Company in Compliance with the 2019 Poster Requirements?
Margie Pacheco Faulk
Product Id: 705233
This training program will equip you with the tools needed to be compliant with workplace labor poster regulations and avoid paying high penalties and fines. It will assist HR, business owners, and professionals responsible for guiding their companies to follow regulations and reduce their risk.
Product Id: 705189
Navigating the complexities of a Title V Air Permit can be complex and overwhelming to any organization, especially if you are a new Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Professional assigned to this role. The purpose of this webinar training will be to give an introduction and a general overview of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) mandated Title V Air Permits required at facilities.
Product Id: 703267
This 2-hr virtual seminar will show how OSHA analyzes record-keeping scenarios, applying the recordkeeping regulations, Frequently Asked Questions, and Interpretation Letters.
Product Id: 704875
This webinar training program will discuss how to develop an accident investigation plan, manage cost, and develop realistic schedule. Participants will learn about the interview process, protecting site of incident, determining root cause, and avoidance plan.
James T. Dufour
Product Id: 701977
This webinar on Cal/OSHA Enforcement and Defenses will cover the recent changes in the law, specifically the four most significant developments in Cal/OSHA enforcement and defense that will have an impact in 2015.
Product Id: 703031
This workplace safety compliance training will explain OSHA’s initiative to protect temporary workers. It will also provide you the tools to ensure compliance with OSHA requirements when employing temporary workers.
Product Id: 705162
This training program will break down the essential elements covered under OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and 29 CFR 1926 with respect to construction, engineering and scientific cost estimating. In particular, the webinar will discuss techniques for preparing rough estimates, techniques for evaluating and estimating scientific processes, contingencies, overhead and profit, estimating cost of new construction, estimating costs of environmental remediation, and more.
Safe Use of Ladders and Proper Climbing Practices; Fall Protection on Aerial Lifts; Proper Use of Staging
John J Meola
Product Id: 705493
This webinar will review the best practices associated with use of ladders of all types, including the selection, inspection, storage and transport of ladders, along with safe practice when erecting, climbing, working from and descending a ladder. It will also discuss the process and practices related with aerial lifts and working from buckets on an extended boom.
How to Structure and Write a Job Hazard Analysis / Activity Hazard Analysis (JHA – AHA) in Accordance with OSHA 1926 – EM 385
John J Meola
Product Id: 705500
This webinar will explore the common failures associated with organizing and writing Job Hazard Analysis / Activity Hazard Analysis (JHA – AHA) documents. It will also de-mystify some of the language and concepts in the traditional JHA process, namely the risk assessment calculator.
Vicki M. Lambert
Product Id: 703936
This training program will concentrate on the requirements to classify a worker as an independent contractor or as an employee under the IRS rules. The course will further illustrate how the FLSA rules differ from the IRS rules and why you must follow both.
Product Id: 703835
With OSHA’s new initiative to ensure the health and safety of temporary workers program, procedural changes to your operations may be required. This course will provide the necessary decision making and determination as to what will be required.