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OSHA and Workplace Safety for HR Professionals

Develop a thorough understanding of key regulations to keep your organization safe and compliant.

Audio Conference (CD ONLY) * - Recording from audio conference on 7/19/11
Item # DSK00201CD

 US $199.00


* When selecting a recording of an upcoming event, the CD will be available approximately 3 weeks after event is held.

As an HR professional, your job is complicated enough without having to constantly keep up with ever-changing health standards and safety procedures. However, it is your responsibility to ensure employees are properly trained and notified of potential hazards and company policies. From equipment standards to proper emergency protocol, are you confident that your organization is OSHA compliant — and could it pass a surprise inspection?

The Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed in 1970, and Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure employers maintain a high level of personal safety and security in the workplace. With the blame of OSHA lawsuits falling on human resources professionals due to a lack of employee training and awareness, it's more important than ever to review OSHA's policies and requirements. Make sure you stay current on the latest changes and mandates, and double-check that your organization's workplace and employees reflect OSHA's most up-to-date information.

Are your organization's working conditions and injury procedures in complete compliance with OSHA law, or could you be leading your company into a legal hazard? If you are not absolutely certain your facility and practices are legally sound, you owe it to yourself and your organization to participate in this training! Failure to comply with OSHA is a federal offense and can lead to hefty fines, substantial penalties, and costly lawsuits.

Don't risk the threat of non-compliance actions being taken against your organization! Attend this workshop today!

This audio conference will get you up to date on the most recent OSHA mandates while reviewing critical information regarding the General Duty Clause, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), whistleblower protections, and workers' compensation. In this class, we will also examine your organization's rights and responsibilities under OSHA law and the specific processes and procedures that must be followed when your facility doesn't meet code or an employee is injured due to workplace conditions.

Take just one hour out of your busy day to listen, learn, and fill in those potentially damaging knowledge gaps! The language of OSHA can be confusing, and even a small misunderstanding or misinterpretation might have serious consequences. Federal guidelines are particularly stringent when it comes to how organizations must record OSHA cases and the processes that must be completed following a hazardous incident. Any failure to notify employees of their rights under OSHA law, provide them with complete and timely training, or fully comply with federal OSHA guidelines can lead to significant financial hardships for your organization.

Don't wait to register for this powerful program! As an HR professional, you and your organization will reap the benefits of fewer injuries, safer work methods, reduced workers' compensation costs, and increased productivity. What you learn here will keep your organization in compliance with key federal requirements, rules, and regulations!

What You'll Learn

  • The most effective use of Job-Hazard Analysis and why you should include workers' valuable input
  • Behavior-based safety and how involving employees helps them "buy in" to safer working habits
  • The basic requirements of Title 1 of the ADA — and what rights you as an HR professional have when it comes to hiring new employees
  • The four criteria an employer must meet in order to use the Direct Threat Exception
  • Which part of the act prohibits retaliation by employers against employees that report their organization for unsafe working conditions
  • The difference between OSHA record-keeping and reporting
  • How long a medical record for each employee must be kept before being properly disposed
  • Your organization's OSHA documentation — are your written procedures, language and descriptions legally compliant?

Who Will Benefit

HR personnel, administrative assistants, business owners, managers and supervisors — in short, anyone who is responsible for overseeing, communicating and upholding OSHA guidelines should not miss this conference!

As always, your satisfaction is our #1 priority. If for any reason you're dissatisfied, we'll arrange for you to attend another seminar, choose a different product, or receive a full refund — hassle free!

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