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How Chemical Manufacturers Can Reduce OSHA Citations - November 7, 2018

 
November 7, 2018
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Webinar

Safety and Health Webinar Series

Chemical manufacturers have long been targets of federal and state occupational safety and health administrations. Inspections are frequent and citations freely issued. Chemical manufacturers must keep a constant focus on health and safety measures, and they must always be prepared for the next inspection.

Join us for this chemical manufacturer-focused webinar to help you make sure your next inspection goes smoothly. It will address the major health and safety regulatory issues faced by chemical manufacturers and help you focus your compliance efforts.

Topics

  • How to better prepare for and conduct an inspection
  • What are the top 10 citations brought against chemical manufacturers and how to avoid being part of that statistic, with an emphasis on:
    • Lockout/Tagout and Annual Certifications 
    • Confined Space Hazards
    • Process Safety Management – triggering thresholds; internal audits and retention
    • Respiratory Protection Programs – annual reviews 
    • PPE Hazard Assessments – annual reviews
    • Emergency Action Plans and Emergency Response Training
  • How do you avoid trouble and enhance compliance <
  • What makes a “Serious” citation and other common misconceptions on OSHA inspections
  • Latest developments on Enterprise Liability, Joint Employer Liability and Multi-Employer Worksite Enforcement

Presenters
Erik Dullea, Partner
Amy Wachs, Partner

Date and Time
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. CST  
 
Who Should Attend
Corporate counsel, safety and health professionals, plant manager and supervisors.
 
Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin continuing legal education credit.
 
Questions? Contact Pam Clark at 314.345.6648.
 
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Professionals:

Erik Dullea

Partner

Amy L. Wachs

Partner