- OVERVIEW AND WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
- AREAS COVERED AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- WHO WILL BENEFIT
Avoid safety issues, and OSHA violation fines, and any potential threats where possible.
why should you attend
- Are you prepared, do you have a trained staff, what are you not aware of?
- Does your staff know what to do when they are approached by an OSHA representative?
- What documentation must be completed, up-to-date, and available to avoid fines?
- What issues are auditors looking for?
- What industries have the most amount of fines?
- What parts of the country or states are most affected and/or fined?
- What are your worker’s/employees’ workplace rights that must be adhered to?
Real world examples of what to expect, and what to prepare for whenever possible. Not every organization is ready to avoid inspections or fines if they do not have senior staff in place, and/or if they have not been audited in the past.
- How to train staff to have the correct documentation in place. Ensure that the organization keeps documentation updated and realistic. If an employee is nervous and informs the inspector/auditor wrong information, a strong documentation system will support all of the proper steps that are in place.
- What to strive for and whom to ask for help and assistance is always important. If an employee does not know or is unsure of the answer, they need to be aware of whom they may contact, or where they can go for the applicable information. This is key to keep any mistakes to a minimum.
- A strong understanding of interviews is important. Do not ramble about what an organization is doing right or wrong. Simply answer the questions, and provide the needed documentation as requested.
- Is control in place to ensure that old documents are destroyed or taken out of service? This could be the difference between be in or out of compliance. Compliance isn’t just passing an audit, it is keeping employees and work areas safe for everyone. Especially for construction that directly affects or involves the public. These are daily if not hourly concerns that must be addressed and controlled.
A look at numerous areas of basic and fundamental construction where safety issues may and often occur:
- Compliance to regulations and standards
- Ongoing compliance
- Worker/Employee rights
- State Laws
WHO WILL BENEFIT
- Safety Reps
- Site Safety Managers
- Project Managers
Mr. Jason Teliszczak is an entrepreneur with a passion for ensuring safety through proper food processes and strengthening security for organizations to make the world a more secure place. After earning a B.S. in Environmental academia and to ensure his vision would not be put to waste, he built his own successful consulting firm, JT Environmental Consulting, and has quickly become an expert within the Food Safety and Food Defense industries. With more than a decade of consulting experience, Mr. Teliszczak assists his clients in setting targets and achieving goals. Organizations throughout the world, from large corporations within the US to companies and non-for-profits with under 25 employees, utilize Mr. Teliszczak's expertise & knowledge to perform compliance audits, internal audits, and to become certified to many different standards.
Mr. Teliszczak continues to streamline growth within the industry through working closely with Registrars, and by updating, incorporating and strengthening new standards. Mr. Teliszczak currently sits on numerous committees within organizations such as ASIS and NSF to develop standards for auditing, supply chain risk management and security officers. Mr. Teliszczak continues to stay focused on the ever changing industry by being certified as a CPP, a HACCP Manager, and holds many other certifications.View all trainings by this speaker
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