Join Vivid Learning Systems for a highly informative webinar series. This FREE webinar series will provide everything you need to know to assure that you comply with OSHA standards and prevent employees from being exposed to hazardous conditions in 2012. The series will cover best practices that you can easily implement to comply with OSHA standards and keep your employees safe and healthy, including how to be prepared for an OSHA inspection, effective record keeping, self-audits and implementing a safety training program. Make plans to attend now!

OSHA 2012: What You Should Know and What to Expect

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  • Review of the 2012 Budget Proposal and Congress’ Approval and What it Tells Us About What’s to Come
  • Global Harmonization under Hazard Communication and Other New Standards
  • Potential Changes to Injury and Illness Reporting and Recordkeeping
  • OSHA’s Push for an Injury and Illness Prevention Plan
  • Top 10 Hazards from 2011

OSHA Inspections: Putting Yourself in the Best Position for that Knock at the Door

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  • Maintaining Readiness For, Minimizing Liability and Avoiding Citations
  • The Elements of an Inspection
  • Maintaining Control
  • Your Rights and Employee Rights
  • Training Employees to Be Prepared
  • Do’s and Don’ts

Recordkeeping Essentials, Avoiding Errors and Citations Based on Bad Logs

Wednesday, 05 September, 2012, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST


  • Who Must Keep Injury and Illness Logs, and Who Might in the Future
  • OSHA’s National Emphasis Program
  • Basic Recordkeeping Requirements
  • Most Common Recordkeeping Errors and How to Prevent Them
  • The Consequences of Over Reporting

Audits and the Value of Training

Monday, 05 November 2012, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST


  • Why Self-Auditing is Critical
  • Why Your Self- Audit System May Not Be as Effective as You Think
  • Proper Abatement and the Knowledge Element
  • Systematic and Intentional Auditing as a Defense to Citations
  • Why You May Soon Be Required to Find and Fix Hazards
  • Why Failure to Train Each and Every Employee Can Create Significant Liability
  • Disclosure Issues in Litigating Citations