What are the responsibilities for employers in the metals industry? What will an OSHA inspector look for when he or she shows up at your door? Knowing the risks and having a plan to mitigate said risks is critical for employers and supervisors, and it all starts with compliance.
OSHA Compliance for the Metals Industry: October 1, 2015
With compliance an early consideration in creating a safety culture that maximizes engagement, productivity, and profitability, our team at Optimum Safety Management would like to invite you to a Metals Service Center Institute webcast, OSHA Compliance for the Metals Industry, with two separate times on October 1, 2015:
- Morning Session: Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 10:00 AM CDT
- Afternoon Session: Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 2:00 PM CDT
Featuring Optimum Safety Management president Steve Yates, this free MSCI Webcast will allow registrants to stay up to date and learn about the Metals Industry’s most frequently cited OSHA standards.
Discussion will include forklifts, lock out/tag out, crane operations, electrical issues, machine guarding, and confined spaces.
Register here for the 10 AM OSHA Compliance Webinar or here for the 2 PM OSHA Compliance Webinar.
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