Solve the Maze of OSHA Regulations: A Guide to Compliance Readiness
OSHA regulations can be overwhelming, covering everything from general health conditions, equipment safety, training, and communications. Failure to meet them can create unsafe work environments and expose your company to hefty fines and expensive lawsuits that can irreparably damage your brand.
If you’re struggling to fully understand OSHA requirements and would like to build a workplace safety program that meets the agency’s broad guidelines, join this complimentary webinar with a leading expert and experienced auditor in the field to:
- Receive an overview of OSHA regulations and compliance basics
- Understand how to develop and maintain a written safety plan
- Review the most common hazards and violations
- Discuss potential fines and civil lawsuits
- Learn how to prepare for inspections
- And get tips on how to communicate OSHA rules and guidelines to ensure employee compliance.
Senior EHS Consultant, Intertek Alchemy
Rick is a certified management systems Lead Auditor with experience in ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 45001, ISO 50001, LEED green building certification, business development, and certification program management. Rick earned his Associate of Applied Science in Intelligence Collection from the Community College of the Air Force and his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Environmental Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Steven A. Ciaverilla
Senior Environmental Health and Safety Consultant, Intertek Alchemy
Steve has over thirty years of experience in the environmental, health and safety fields, with diverse industrial experience in auditing, consulting, training, and
program management. He is an Exemplar Global certified Lead Auditor with experience in ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 50001, and ISO 9001.
Steve’s education and background include a bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources & Environmental Education, with a teacher’s certificate from Michigan State University. He also earned a certificate in Hazardous Waste Control from Wayne State University, is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, CHMM, and was the President of the Michigan Association of Hazardous Materials Professionals in 2012.