How to Confirm Your OSHA Safety Program Will Pass An Audit

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  • 60 minutes

An OSHA inspection can happen at any time. You won’t have advance warning that an inspector is going to show up, so it’s crucial to always be ready. But the main question is how to be so sure that your Safety program will pass the audit?

“Employers often are told to know and exercise their rights during an OSHA inspection. What exactly are employers’ rights during an OSHA inspection?”

We rarely advise clients to demand an inspection warrant; rather we try to negotiate with the Agency over a reasonable scope of the inspection, and with such an agreement, waive the warrant right and consent to the inspection.

Join this session by expert speaker Gary Heppner, where he will cover the key concepts of how to successfully navigate through an OSHA Audit. Being prepared ahead of time and knowing the right protocols can help turn a negative situation of being involved in a compliance audit into a positive one.

Session Highlights:

  • The best way to create a safety program avoiding the confusion of having to determine all the regulations that pertain to your business. [OSHA “Occupational Safety & Health Administration”]

  • Why a well-run safety program is an investment, not an expense

  • Why OSHA will come calling and what to expect

  • Who is OSHA Consultative, and who is OSHA Enforcement? What you should know about them

  • How to lessen the possibility of receiving expensive citations and litigation.

Why You Should Attend:

  • An organized and well-run program will bring competitive quotes from workers compensation Insurance companies to your door

  • Your supervisors/ Lead persons can determine how successful your program can be

  • Most employers are not aware of OSHA’s definition of what training should consist of

  • Attendees will be able to: get started in creating or revising their OSHA Safety Program

Who Should Attend:

I have dealt with just about all industries, [Agriculture, Construction, Service organizations, Wood/metal shops, transportation, and roofers, to name a few.

  • CEO or Company Executive

  • Compliance & Safety Officer

  • Director of Risk Management

  • Director of Human Resources

  • Regulatory Compliance Agent

  • Risk Advisor-Insurance Companies

  • General Contractors

  • Process Technicians

  • Warehouse Managers

  • General Employees

*You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.

** You can buy On-Demand and view it as per your convenience.

Gary  Heppner

Gary Heppner

Gary has been an independent insurance broker/agency owner for over 30 years. He has written medium-to-large workers compensation contracts and has a special interest in safety protocol, while bringing closure to injury claims. His experience, along with conducting interviews with several insurance adjusters and clinic doctors, allowed him to correct communication challenges, resulting in an OSHA compliance safety program with a 96% success rate in reducing frequency and severity of injuries. He has advised employers in California, Nevada, Oregon and the state of Washington and currently advises by way of webinars with a group of professionals in all 50 states.

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