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MSHA and OSHA compliance and training
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Inspire Leadership, Change Habits, Improve Performance
What qualities inspire leadership and create habits that improve performance?Are there characteristics that change personal and company behaviors? Has modern science contributed to understanding the heart, brain and mindof how habits are formed?
This presentation will not answer questions concerning the science and complexity of the brain; rather, it is based on outcomes to consciously make heartfelt choices and decisions that change old habits and create new patterns of behavior. Our heart is the first organ to develop in the womb and it develops the brain to control our body and thoughts. Listen to your heart and command your brain to do the right thing!
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teaches the steps taken in an accident investigation and the importance of employee cooperation. The goal is to determine the cause of an accident and prevent similar accidents from happening again. This includes securing an accident scene, “root-cause” analysis, investigative interview techniques, warning signs in accident prevention, reporting “near misses”, the role of policies, equipment maintenance and job task training.
assists compliance of federal and state regulations to prepare for emergency situations. This requires every facility to have an “Emergency Plan” to spell out what is done in case of an emergency. The Plan must be communicated to employees and emergency response such as the police and fire department. The Program includes types of emergencies, emergency and evacuation plan, communication, the role of outside agencies, including practice sessions and drills.
Reviews inspecting the workplace and equipment to recognize potential problems. The program includes information on proper documentation, equipment inspections, surveying the work area, safe operating procedures, recognizing potential problems, and accountability techniques.
Job Hazard Analysis
focuses on job tasks to identify hazards before they occur. It emphasizes the relationship between the worker, the task, the tools, and the workplace. Ideally, the findings eliminate and prevent hazards in the workplaces; result in fewer worker injuries and illnesses; safer and more effective work methods; reduced workers’ compensation costs; and increased worker productivity.
promotes the identification, assessment, and prioritization of occupational risks. Thisfollowsa coordinated application of resources to eliminate and/or control the impact of workplace accidents, illnesses and injuries to maximize the realization of businesses goals.
analyzes all worksite conditions to identify and eliminate existing or potential hazards. There should be a comprehensive, baseline survey, with a system in place for periodic updates. This analysis involves worksite examinations to identify existing hazards and also anticipate conditions that create new hazards to prevent accidents and injuries.
OSHA 300 Log Recordkeeping
covers regulation requirements to help employers prepare and maintain records of serious occupational injuries and illnesses. This information is important for employers, workers and OSHA in evaluating the safety of a workplace, understanding industry hazards, and implementing worker protections to reduce and eliminate hazards.
Written Safety Programs
offers customized safety and health programs on workplace safety and health topics tailored to an employer’s workplace. They are required for specific areas such as blood-borne pathogens, fall protection, forklifts,hazard communication, hearing conservation, lockout/tagout, permit-required confined spaces, and respiratory protection.
MSHA Subpart 46
applies the current regulations and required training of surface miners working at surface shell dredging, sand, gravel, surface stone, surface clay, colloidal phosphate, surface limestone, marble, granite, sandstone, slate, shale, traprock, kaolin, cement, feldspar, and lime operations.
MSHA Subpart 48 A and B
applies current regulations and required training of underground and surface miners working at metal and non-metal mine site operations that covers basic mining regulations, recognition and avoidance of hazards, emergency response procedures, first aid/CPR/and training, ground controls working in areas of high-walls, water hazards, pits, and spoils banks, explosives, HazCom, self-rescue procedures, respiratory devices, introduction to the work environment, entering and leaving the mine, transportation controls, communication systems, mine map, escapeways, emergency evacuation,barricading, roof or ground control ventilation plans, health, cleanup, rock dusting, electrical hazards, mine gases, health and safety aspects of miners tasks, and miners’ rights and responsibilities.
provides how to organize and maintain an effective safety committeesto assist promoting a safe workplace. This helpsemployer’s with open and honest communication between employees and management concerning safety and health matters. The committees can utilize their knowledge of workplace operations to improve policies, conditions, and practices.
facilitates safety meetings used to address actual problems on the job or in the work area. This assists supervisors or foremen leading meetings todraw on workers’ real life experiences, and use those experiences to remind all employees – especially newer ones – of the dangers of working with particular kinds of machinery, tools, equipment and materials.
addresses the causes of workplace fires,how to prevent them, and reviews what employees do in case of a fire emergency. The program includes common sources of workplace fires, the importance of good housekeeping, fire prevention measures, types of fire extinguishers, using fire extinguishers, and employee evacuation.
stressesa huge employer issue; developing good employee safety attitudes! This presents introductory safety training as an important part of the job. Employees learn workplace safetypractices to prevent accidents and injuries. They are taught to anticipate potential hazards and avoid injuries, lost wages, and lost production time. It includes safety awareness, accident prevention, hazard recognition, housekeeping,personal protective equipment,and tool use and maintenance.
OSHA 10 and 30 Hour
gives 10 hour training for non-supervisory employees and 30 hour training for supervisors, management and owners. These are available for both construction and general industry. These cover all the required topics: introduction to OSHA, falls, electrical, struck-by, caught-in or between, personal protective equipment, health hazards, fire prevention, stairways and ladders. Other subjects will be covered depending on particular workplace hazards and the employer’s specific needs.
reviews the dangers of working with machinery and the importance of safety guards and devices. This includes information on basic machine operation, fixed guards, adjustable and self-adjusting guards, interlock devices, drive train guards, perimeter guards, restrain and pullback devices, and inspection and maintenance of safety guards.
Lock out / Tag out
uses subjects familiar to employees working with equipment and points out where Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures must be applied. Created to comply with OSHA’s Lock-Out/Tag-Out regulation. This covers stored energy planning, information on the regulation, energized machinery, lock-out/tag-out devices and procedures, as well as electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
satisfiescurrent powered industrial trucks training requirements and provides forklift operator cards to those who pass the driving and written test.This includes information on how to perform anequipment inspectionchecklist prior to use, surveying the work area, recognizing potential problems, stability and center of gravity, tip-overs, and proper equipment maintenance.
applies areas of employee training required by OSHA’s Permit Required Confined Space Regulation. This is useful to construction, manufacturing, utilities, petroleum and chemical industries. It includes information on the definition, standard, responsibilities of the employer, entry supervisors, attendants and entrants, identifying permit spaces, types of potential hazards, safety equipment, dealing with emergencies, and rescue teams.
reminds employees about electrical hazards and to work safely around electricity. Most people take it for granted and that is why electricity is so dangerous. Employees need to know how to protect themselves from electrical hazards. This includes how electricity works, fuses, circuit breakers, grounding, GFCI’s, outlets, plugs, electrical equipment, extension cords, using ladders around electricity, safe work practices, and electrical emergencies.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
instructs employees on how to properly select, use, store and inspect personal protective equipment. Improper use and training isa common cause of workplace injuries, yet employees do not recognize the need or take time to use it. This includes information on areas of the body needing protection, available protective equipment, matching equipment to the hazard, the limitations of PPE, and the proper use and care of PPE.
specifies the training requirements of OSHA’s Fall Protection whenworking on elevated surfaces. Falls are the second leading cause of employee death and the majority result in lost work time. This includes fall hazards, types of environments where falls occur, fall protection plan, concentrating and keeping a clear head, the importance of housekeeping, measures taken to protect against falls, and personal protective equipment.
Competent Person Fall Protection for EM-385
requires 24-Hour of fall protection training which must include 16-Hours of classroom instruction and 8-Hours of practical hands-on field training.
identifies how heat effects the body, steps employees take to prevent heat illness, and basic first aid and emergency procedures. Employees must know how to recognize and prevent heat illness and other heat-related health problems. This includes situations leading to heatillnesses, heat stress, heat exhaustion and heat stroke, how the body reacts to heat, recognizing symptoms, preventing serious heat illness conditions, basic first aid, and emergency communication plan.
covers the dangers of working with scaffolds andexplains how the risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain and use scaffolding equipment. This will help employers meet the training requirements of OSHA’s Scaffolding regulation. It includes information on the responsibilities of a scaffold competent person, platforms and planking, the danger of power lines, elevated platform hazards, personal fall arrest systems, and guarding against falling objects.
defines the proper use and inspection of step ladders, extension ladders and fixed ladders. This helps employers meet the training regulations of OSHA ladder safety. It covers fall protection, fixed ladder cages, housekeeping, label information, maintenance, maximum loads, securing methods, and three points of contact.
shows employees the hazards associated with welding and proper safety procedures.This includes inspections, hazardous gases, storage, ventilation, flying sparks, toxic fumes, electric shock, fire, guards and protective barriers, respirators, eye protection andall personal protective equipment.
explains what hazards exist in office environments, and how to use good safety practices. The Program includes information on safety awareness, proper lifting, housekeeping, slips, trips & falls, electrical safety, ergonomics, repetitive motion injuries, proper techniques, physiology of the body, eye strain, preventative measures, use of office equipment, exercises and stress release.
emphasizes the importance of back care, pre-work warm-up, stretching, and exercise. Many back injuries are caused by activities experienced both on and off the job such as lifting, climbing, and reaching. The program includes information on how the back works, types and causes of back injuries, effects of back injuries, injury prevention and proper lifting techniques, and basic back exercises.
Fitness & Wellness
promotes how small changes in lifestyles produce big benefits. Wellness is a gradual process andimproving lifestyle choices help employees be healthy. A good fitness program significantly improves safety as accidents and injuries occur less often when employees are healthier and in better shape. This includes the importance of attitude, blood pressure,exercise, nutrition, stress, smoking, and drug and alcohol use.
teaches employees a series of pre-work exercises and stretches to increase job productivity and reduce injuries. A 10 minute warm-up before work each day enhances alertness, attitudes, flexibility, stamina and strength. Focusing on the major muscle groups and specific muscles used in their jobs, employees get directly involved to improve their health and a companies safety record.
Slip, Trips and Falls
givessituations that lead to slips, trips & falls, and how to prevent these accidents. This accounts for more workplace injuries than any other and can be disabling or fatal. The program includes common causes, effects of resulting injuries, techniques to avoid injury, the importance of good housekeeping, safety shoes, safe use of ladders and similar equipment.
exposes the hazards of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, threats, and disruptive behavior at work. It includes bullying, verbal abuse, physical assaults and homicideof employees, customers and visitors. Homicide is the fourth-leading cause of fatal occupational injuries and workplace violence is a major concern for employers and employees nationwide.
reviews why employees must pay attention to noise hazards, and how they can protect themselves from hearing injuries. Many people do not realize that hearing problems affect their workand dramatically alter their personal lives. The program includes how the ear works, types of hearing problems, causes of hearing damage, potential effects of hearing injuries, noise avoidance, and the use of personal protective equipment.
points out the importance to recognizeand guard against respiratory hazards, and covers medical exams, fit testing, proper equipment selection, inspection,storage, and cleaning.This includes information on the physiology of the human respiratory system, how the respiratory system functions, common causes of respiratory problems, potential hazards, safework practices, and the use of personal protective equipment.
created to assist employers with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard’s employee training requirements. This addresses the major areas needed to meet compliance and emphasizes the importance of preventative measures. It includes information on epidemiology, how it is transmitted, exposure control plan, recognition of exposure, symptoms, practices to prevent exposure, vaccination, emergency procedures, signs and labels, and personal protective equipment.
reminds employees who deal with hazardous materials about the importance of identifying, evaluating and controlling chemical hazards. It is important for employees to be trained in how to recognize, handle and dispose of dangerous substances properly.Areas covered include OSHAregulations, site safety and health plan, emergency response plan, system of control, safe operating procedures, personal protective equipment, exposure monitoring, and medical surveillance programs.
SDS and GHS Implementation
facilitatesorganizations to comply with Federal, state and municipal regulations. This addresses education and training required in chemical hazards, explains the employees Right-To-Know, and provides training on types of chemicals found in the workplace. The program includes Safety Data Sheet (SDS), Global harmonic System (GHS), types of hazardous chemicals, safe handling practices, container labeling, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).