The election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the US has had an impact at all layers of government, including OSHA. Even though there is a wave of deregulation occurring, the pressure on the printing industry continues unabated.
OSHA has not changed the designation of the printing industry as a high hazard for amputations. This means printing operations are being randomly inspected. On average, OSHA inspects at least one to two printing operations per week and they are finding violations that cost real money.
This webinar will review OSHA enforcement activity, rulemaking, and other developments to watch as the year unfolds. We will discuss the top OSHA Issues employers should monitor and understand along with what steps you will need to take to become compliant.
You Will Learn
- Recent OSHA inspection activities
- OSHA's new electronic injury reporting requirements
- Avoiding Hazard Communication citations
- Machine guarding requirements
- Lockout/Tagout program requirements and employee training
- Combustible dust hazards
- New requirements for walking and working surfaces including fall protection and ladders
Who Should Attend
- CEOs and presidents
- Plant managers
- Operations and production managers
- HR managers
Assistant VP, Environmental Health and Safety Affairs
Printing Industries of America
Marcia Y. Kinter
Vice President, Government & Business Information
Specialty Graphic Imaging Association