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Webinar: How to Survive an OSHA Visit

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So you think you know all there is to know about the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. You’re familiar with OSHA’s mission, the reasons organizations typically get fined, and what the agency is looking for in terms of hazard communication, emergency response, injury and illness prevention, and more. Maybe you’ve already had contact with your OSHA regional office, and you’re even on a first-name basis with your local compliance officer.

But do you know how to successfully navigate an OSHA visit?

Are you familiar with your OSHA inspection rights and obligations?

Do you know what it takes to provide agents with the information they need in a timely manner—while keeping your trade secrets and other confidential data protected?

How do you think your organization would fare if an inspector showed up tomorrow?

If your answer to any of these questions sounds like “well…” or “uhh,” you can’t afford to miss our upcoming webinar: How to Survive an OSHA Visit.

This free webinar will give you the real-world knowledge and guidance you need to nail an inspection and become an OSHA pro. Over the course of an hour, KPA’s OSHA expert will discuss…

  • OSHA’s national and regional emphasis programs,
  • what triggers OSHA inspections,
  • what to expect when OSHA shows up and how to respond,

…and much more. Attendees will also have the opportunity to get their OSHA questions answered.

Space is limited, so be sure to register now and reserve your spot.

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