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Over the past year, OSHA's penalties have spiked and its officials have labeled the print industry as a high-risk occupation. In order to avoid fines and keep employees safe, staying OSHA compliant should be a top priority. However, legal jargon and comprehensive reporting requirements often make it difficult for printers to understand what is required to be compliant.
Printing Industries of America's Environmental, Health, and Safety team is taking the confusion out of OSHA compliance for you and your business. Join us for the OSHA Compliance for Printing Workshop on April 25-26, 2018--a hands-on, comprehensive compliance program aimed to help business owners, safety professionals, and HR specialists navigate OSHA regulations that are often difficult to understand and daunting to execute.
During the two-day workshop, participants will gain an understanding of key OSHA regulations, dig deep into compliance strategies, learn the required elements of written programs, and discover insight on how to respond to an OSHA inspection. Those who attend will receive an OSHA compliance information package complete with written program templates, PIA's popular OSHA Primer publication, and other valuable resources.
The event will take place at the Printing Industries of America headquarters in Warrendale, PA. In order to make the session as informative and personal as possible, only 15 attendees will be able to register for this one-of-a-kind workshop.
The print industry experts from Printing Industries of America's EHS team will cover these topics during the OSHA Compliance for Printing Workshop.
- How to respond to an OSHA inspection
- Common OSHA violations
- Injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting
- Emergency action
- Walking and working surfaces
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Hazard communication
- Material handling and storage
- Hearing conservation
- Medical and first aid
- Fire protection
- Machine guarding
- Permit-required confined spaces
- Electrical safety
- Powered industrial trucks
Don't miss out on this personal opportunity to help your business get compliant.