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Safety Management and OSHA Compliance 2017


Washington, DC, Washington, DC
http://www.globalcompliancepanel.com/control/globalseminars/~product_id=901090SEMINAR?biotechsciencenews-September-2017-SEO
Overview: 

Development of a safety program to save costs, delayed schedules and the human cost of injury or death.
Safety management guidelines and techniques for the engineering, construction, and scientific professions.
Includes costs of preparing the necessary safety documentation.
It will emphasize using multiple techniques for each safety task.
It will discuss costs of professional services from consultants.
There will be brief exercise each day.
The course will discuss the costs of accidents in an occupational environment.
It will discuss the costs of operating industrial and construction projects safely in accordance 29 CFR 1910 and 29 CFR 1926.
Discussion of how Environmental releases and safety violations can impact your profitability.
How accidents affect production schedules and result in civil or in some cases criminal action. Multiple safety violations can cost your company hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Upper management's commitment to an environmental and safety compliance program is essential This seminar will instruct you on how to develop a safety inspection protocol that will help reduce the risks of environmental incidents and accidents.

Why you should attend:

An OSHA violation can result in significant fines and suspended operations
A Safety Management Program is a necessary and cost effective endeavor.
Lack of a safety program leads to additional costs, delayed schedule and the human cost of injury or death.
This course will present safety management guidelines and techniques for the engineering, construction, and scientific professions. This will include costs of preparing the necessary documentation. It will emphasize using multiple techniques for each safety program. It will discuss costs of professional services from consultants. There will be at least one brief exercise that students will conduct on their own with guidance from the Instructor. The course will discuss the costs of accidents in an occupational environment. It will discuss the costs of operating industrial and construction projects safely in accordance 29 CFR 1910 and 29 CFR 1926.
Environmental releases and safety violations can impact your profitability, affect production schedules and result in civil or in some cases criminal action. Multiple safety violations can cost your company hundreds of thousands of dollars. A commitment to reducing this liability starts with upper management's commitment to an environmental and safety compliance program. A foundation of an effective safety management and environmental compliance program is an effective inspection and auditing program. This seminar will instruct you on how to develop a safety inspection protocol that will help reduce the risks of environmental incidents and accidents.

Areas Covered in the Session:

•	Chemical safety
•	Developing a safety management program
•	Safety aspects of environmental compliance
•	Confined space safety
•	Introduction to OSHA
•	Office safety
•	Hazardous communications
•	Safety Data Sheets
•	DOT hazardous material classes and divisions

Who Will Benefit:

•	Owners
•	Managers
•	Safety Managers
•	Environmental Compliance Managers
•	Engineers
•	Architects
•	Landscape Architects


Agenda:


Day 1 Schedule

Lecture 1:
Introduction to OSHA
Lecture 2:
Personal protective equipment
Lecture 3:
OSHA health and safety programs 
Fall protection
Lecture 4:
How to conduct inspections and audits
Day 2 Schedule
Lecture 1:
Senior management's role in a safety management program
Lecture 2:
Confined space safety
Lecture 3:
Construction safety
Lecture 4:
Development of a safety management program


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Location:  Washington, DC Date:  September 7th & 8th, 2017 and Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

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Thursday, September 7, 2017
Friday, September 8, 2017
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