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OSHA Inspections - Avoiding the 10 Most Common Mistakes

3/19/12 10:00 am to 3/19/12 11:30 am PST
Online Webinar
2600 E. Bayshore Road
Palo Alto, CA
United States
Contact: Referral
This OSHA inspection webinar will cover aspects of an OSHA inspection from how establishments are targeted, how to limit the scope of an inspection or investigation, how not to self-incriminate, and when and how to appeal.

Why Should You Attend:

An OSHA inspection can be a costly and disruptive experience for any employer, especially if that employer has not dealt with the Agency, does not have an in-house safety professional or attorney.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

The following general topics will be covered within the 10 Mistakes agenda:

- The OSHA jurisdiction that will inspect an establishment. About half of the states are under federal OSHA jurisdiction, and the remainder subject to independent state OSHA programs.

- Understanding the “probable cause” for the inspection is the key to limiting the scope of an inspection

- Understanding “consensual inspection” is the key to exercising the employer’s rights during an inspection.

- Effective safety program document management can avoid smoking guns.

- A late or ineffective appeal (not knowing defenses) can exacerbate the outcome of an inspection.

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