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OSHA’S Safety as a CORE VALUE

In today's dynamic work environments, prioritizing safety isn't just a regulatory obligation—it's a fundamental aspect of organizational culture.

OSHA’S Safety as a  CORE VALUE
OSHA’S Safety as a  CORE VALUE

Time & Location

Jul 18, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

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About the Event

In today's dynamic work environments, prioritizing safety isn't just a regulatory obligation—it's a fundamental aspect of organizational culture. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets the standards for workplace safety, aiming to protect employees from hazards and ensure their well-being. However, embracing OSHA safety guidelines goes beyond mere compliance; it becomes a core value that underpins organizational success. Speakers:

Mark Harmon, Compliance Assistance Specialist (CAS), Federal OSHA Erie Area Office

David M. Yanoschick Jr., CSP, SHARP Outreach Coordinator, PA OSHA Consultation Program, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

In this seminar, participants will delve into the significance of integrating OSHA safety as a core value within their organizations.

Key topics covered in the seminar include:

Management Leadership

Worker Participation

Hazard Identification & Assessment

Hazard Prevention & Control

Education & Training

Program Evaluation & Improvement

Communication and Coordination for Host Employers, Contractors, and Staffing Agencies

This OSHA series is a strategic alliance between the Erie OSHA office, PennWest Clarion SBDC, and Gannon University SBDC. The sessions will educate individuals about federal regulatory requirements and will appeal to any safety & health professional, human resource official, manufacturing employee, and others.

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