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Written Safety Plans: Not Just a Paperwork Exercise

Discover the crucial black and white secret OSHA officers seek first in their inspections - your written safety and health plans. Join our webcast to learn about plan regulations, enhancing plan effectiveness, reaping plan benefits, and more, with a Q&A.

This webinar was originally broadcast on December 5, 2023.

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What's black and white and one of the first things an OSHA officer will look for during an inspection? The answer is … your written safety and health plans!

Developing effective written plans is not just a paperwork exercise or a tool to help you pass an OSHA inspection. Written plans, whether required or not, streamline your safety efforts and provide a foundation for keeping workplace safety and health a priority.

Your company likely falls under one or more of the over 50 written plan requirements for general industry and construction. Are you sure you have the ones you need? During this webcast, we’ll look at:

  • Written plan regulations,
  • What makes plans more effective,
  • Written plan benefits and resources,
  • Questions and answers,
  • And much more.

A questions and answer session will follow the webcast.

Sponsored by:


Tricia Hodkiewicz | EH&S Editor | J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.

Tricia Hodkiewicz has been an environmental, health, and safety editor at J. J. Keller & Associates Inc. since 1994. She provides content for manuals, handbooks, videos, signs, training materials, and online solutions. Tricia also writes the Compliance Focus newsletter bringing readers the latest OSHA, EPA, and DOT news. Tricia edits publications for the construction and warehousing industries and specializes in subjects like written plans, bloodborne pathogens, signs and labels, hazard communication, HAZWOPER, oil spills, and EPCRA.


Robin Marth | EH&S Editor | J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.

Robin Marth joined J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. in 2021 as an Editor on the Environmental, Health & Safety Publishing Team. She is an experienced EHS Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the management consulting and manufacturing industry. Robin’s professional skill set includes Workplace Safety Administration, Ergonomics, Environmental Management, and Motor Vehicle/Fleet Safety. Her editorial responsibilities include researching and creating content for several J. J. Keller publications. Robin holds a CSP designation from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals and is also an OSHA Outreach General Industry Trainer.

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