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Sometimes serious restaurant injuries occur when employees to do follow manufacture’s written procedures when operating energized equipment and/or cleaning, repairing, and/or maintaining the equipment.
In this webinar, we will discuss general lockout/tagout procedures typically found in the restaurant industry as well as how those procedures are address in your Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
This webinar is designed for employers, managers, supervisors, and safety managers.Find out more »
Proposition 65 has been around since the 80's and in the past, pretty much one sign fit all. Not any more. There are specific posting and/or specific labels now required. They may be a specific size and in a specific language. We will go over all of this and more! Fines for not posting and not posting/labeling properly are a maximum of $2,500/day per occurrence with a one year look-back period.This webinar will be restaurant specific.Find out more »
Few employers understand the need at time to have eye wash stations and possibly drench shower locations. How many do you need and where?
How do you determine what kind of chemicals require eye wash stations and drench showers? What kind of eye wash stations is needed? And what about those employees who work in the field with situations that may need an eye wash station? We hope to answer these questions as well as other important questions in this one hour webinar.
More and more in the news, we are hearing the term “active shooter” and we have become terrified at the usual outcomes. Unfortunately, some of these events occur in the workplace. No business is immune from workplace violence!
What most employers do not realize that issues such as “workplace violence” and “active shooter” situations fall under the responsibility of OSHA. Employees injured or killed in these events not only fall under your workers’ compensation but if you do not have the proper documented programs such as an Emergency Action Plan and documented training owners and managers may be criminally responsible and be held financially responsible.
Come join us for this 60 minute webinar so we can answer your questions and provide you with how you can protect yourself and your business.Find out more »
This 1 hour webinar will cover all aspects of OSHA safety requirements in working outdoors and will include heat stress, weather conditions, farming, off-road driving, and other safety requirements.Find out more »
It’s almost that time of the year! Effective February 1st of the year, certain employers are required by law to “publicly post” their OSHA 300A Log. This informative one hour PowerPoint will cover what you need to know about maintaining an OSHA 300 Log up to and including who has to post, what you have to post and for how long, and what the penalties are if you do not properly post. No one wants OSHA showing up at their place of business, so this webinar is a must!Find out more »