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OSHA Inspections: Best Practices and Common Pitfalls – Are you inspection ready?

In the ever-changing landscape of workplace safety, OSHA inspections are more critical than ever. Join our webinar to learn best practices and avoid common pitfalls. Prepare for inspections, understand inspector focus areas, and improve safety practices continuously.

This webinar was originally broadcast on May 22, 2024. 

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Sponsor: ComplianceQuest

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Summary

In the constantly evolving landscape of workplace safety, preparing for an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspection transcends mere compliance—it's fundamental to maintaining a safe and compliant environment. Amidst rising Serious Injuries or Fatalities (SIFs), and with OSHA seeking 16.3% increase in funding for FY 2024, adding over 400 new hires, businesses can expect a surge in inspections and heightened scrutiny.

Join our "OSHA Inspections: Best Practices and Common Pitfalls" webinar to navigate OSHA inspections with ease. Learn from industry experts about preparing for, handling, and responding to inspections, understanding inspector focus areas, and overcoming common compliance challenges. Gain actionable strategies to not just survive, but also improve safety practices continuously.

Key Takeaways:  

  • Understand triggers, types, and focus areas of OSHA inspections
  • Prepare your site and staff with the necessary documentation and safety measures
  • Engage effectively with inspectors, know your rights, and manage information
  • Identify common inspection issues and  strategies to prevent them
  • Implement post-inspection actions, including addressing citations and enhancing safety culture

Speakers

Phill Welch, IOSH, AIEMA

General Manager - EHS | ComplianceQuest

A passionate culture changer, Phill is a senior EHS leader with more than 20 years of global experience in operational excellence, EHS, manufacturing and services in both facility and corporate EHS leadership roles. Phill has successfully driven change and coached continuous improvement in health, safety, and environmental programs. In addition, Phill has worked as a World Class Manufacturing (WCM) leader with a proven record of accomplishments in EHS&Q and Operations.

Phill holds certifications from the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the Institute for Environmental Management & Assessment (AIEMA). He has been awarded the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) diploma and is a Lean Manufacturing practitioner. Phill holds the Six Sigma Green Belt and is also a WCM Junior Assessor. A recognized subject matter expert in operational excellence and environment, health and safety, Phill has been called upon as a thought leader to present to audiences that include members of the American Society of Safety Professionals and the National Safety Council, among others. 

Gary Cluck

Senior Project Manager | Langan Engineering

Gary is an EHS Business Transformation Consultant with over 30 years of experience and a focus on EHS process optimization. He has held various EHS positions in manufacturing and corporate environments (food, chemical, pharma, consumer electronics). He helps clients digitally transform EHS processes to improve company efficiency and meet their organizational goals.

 

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