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How to Confirm Your OSHA Injury & Illness Program Will Pass an Audit by OSHA

Duration : 60 Minutes

This course, has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®).

Gary G. Heppner,

Gary Heppner specializes in Safety/OSHA compliance, setting up safety programs and managing open injury claims in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. As an insurance broker and agency owner for 30 years, he handled a large number of workers compensation accounts, gaining expertise and exper Read more

An OSHA safety auditor will review your written OSHA Safety program and compare it to their OSHA regulations. Safety audits follow strict guidelines and have specific questions that must be addressed in order to be in compliance. Failure to pass a safety audit can lead to OSHA citations. 

The U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration is reminding employers that the 2022 Form 300A must be posted from February 1st to April 30, 2023.

If OSHA is auditing as the result of a serious injury, citations will be issued if safety training was not given that contributed to the injury. Currently the minimum amount per citation is $15,000+ 

Why Should You Attend:

Most employers are not sure their program is in compliance that will provide a defense from citations and litigation. Most employers are living on luck, hoping their program is in compliance.

You can have confidence your program will pass by following a well-designed safety program blueprint.

Course Objectives:

• An 8-part safety program bilingually [if needed] must be present for review by OSHA.

• What documents they will be looking for?

• Who is the most knowledgeable person to handle the interview with OSHA and how to prepare that person for the OSHA interview?

• Why enforcement is so necessary?

• How current your program has to be?

• Why and outside auditor is so important?

• Why a supervisor should not audit your safety program?

Course Outline:

• Review of an OSHA-approved safety blueprint to be followed

• Why do 98% of safety trainings fail to meet OSHA standards?

• How to enforce your program, and why?

• The red flags that say your program has crashed. 

• How an in-compliance program will warn you of your next potential injury

• A Q/A session can be made available to answer specific question.

• How to handle complainers

• Why detailed documenting of even first aid is so important.

• Do supervisors have any legal exposure?

What You Get:

• Training Materials

• Live Q&A Session with our Expert

• Participation Certificate

• Access to Signup Community (Optional)

• Reward Points

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable insights to:

• Owners, Presidents of companies

• Supervisors and those looking for a 2nd opinion

• HR people in charge of the safety program

• Project Leaders

Please reach us at 1-888-844-8963 for any further assistance or if you wish to register

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