Employment attorney Melissa Fleischer will explain the OSHA requirements for your organization. You will learn in-depth details of the regulations, discover how to apply them to your workplace efficiently, and avoid the growing fines for non-compliance.
- OSHA Guidance On Returning To The Workplace
- OSHA Forms And Whether COVID-19 Is Recordable Offense For Form 300 A And Face Masks
- OSHA Guidance For Different Types Of Industries And Different States
Breaking news: OSHA releases new COVID-19 standards. Prepare now and earn a certification.
OSHA recently launched a National Emphasis Program (NEP), focusing on workplace COVID-19 concerns. OSHA is now actively targeting and fining establishments with insufficient protections, particularly where employees have complained about unsafe or unhealthy environments.
For example, a Massachusetts tax service was fined $136,532 for coronavirus-related negligence, including failing to provide adequate ventilation, prohibiting employees and customers from wearing face coverings, requiring employees to work within six feet of each other, and neglecting controls and physical barriers.
Understanding OSHA obligations regarding COVID-19 is more crucial than ever. You need to keep up with the continually changing rules and guidelines.
Our COVID-19 and OSHA Compliance Certification program will enable you to:
- Avoid heightened scrutiny and substantial fines
- Learn in-depth OSHA requirements
- Update workplace safety protocols to adhere to the latest regulations
- Prove your advanced OSHA knowledge to managers, colleagues, customers, and regulators
This three-part program will provide the OSHA essentials you need to know as an HR professional to keep your workplace safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Webinar 1: OSHA Guidance On Returning To The Workplace
- OSHA’s six-step plan for keeping workplaces safe
- Masks and personal protective equipment requirements
- Vaccination requirements, controls, and effects
- Infectious disease preparedness and response plan
- Prevention measures
- OSHA-required policies and procedures
- Engineering controls to reduce exposure to COVID-19
- Administrative controls
Webinar 2: OSHA Forms And Whether COVID-19 Is Recordable Offense For Form 300 A And Face Masks
- Status of COVID-19 as a recordable illness for OSHA purposes
- Form 300A
- Investigation to determine if a COVID-19 infection is work-related
- PPE obligations and guidelines
- Appropriate use of face masks and surgical masks
- Measuring workplace risk level
- Implementation of OSHA’s National Emphasis Program
Webinar 3: OSHA Guidance For Different Types Of Industries And Different States
- OSHA guidance for the retail industry
- Compliance with OSHA guidance related to business trips
- Best practice for OSHA compliance for manufacturing
- OSHA guidance for laboratories
- OSHA guidance for environmental services workers
- State-specific COVID-19 regulations
Who Should Attend?
- Management-side employment attorney
- Over twenty years of experience representing clients in employment law discrimination litigation
- President and Founder, HR Learning Center LLC, an organization that offers training seminars, webinars, and consulting on a wide range of workplace and human resources issues
- JD Degree from the George Washington University School of Law
- This program has been approved for 3.0 general recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
- This program is valid for 3.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
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