Key Take Away :
This webinar will address the current Subpart D and I Rules and examine the General Duty Clause as it relates to some General Industry fall hazard activities and give you an understanding of OSHA’s stance on worker responsibili-ty for fall protection plan.
Did you know that when it comes to managing fall protec-tion in the General Industry there is much confusion unlike the construction and maritime industries.
OSHA regulations traininghas published a notice of pro-posed rulemaking (NPRM) on subparts D and I of 29 CFR 1910, which contain occupational safety standards for general industry. OSHA believes the proposed rule will substantially reduce work-related injuries and deaths.
The proposed regulations involve a new mandate for fall hazard activities. In proposed subpart I, related to fall pro-tection personal protective equipment, specific language requires employers to identify all fall hazards related to work tasks and locations that put workers at risk for a fall.
While this has always been the case for other types of ha-zards where PPE is required, it is now explicitly required for fall hazards. Companies should begin to look closely at OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910 regulations to determine how they could impact their organizations, what changes will be required in existing fall protection programs, and if a proposed change actually looks feasible, consider imple-menting prior to regulation finalization.
Why Should You Attend :
A leading cause of worker-related injury and death comes from employees slipping, tripping, or falling from work surfaces such as floors, platforms, portable and fixed lad-ders, stairs, and ramps.
Employees may be exposed and unprotected from these hazards or may have a protection system in place but are using that system incorrectly and require workplace train-ing.
To combat the threats of slips, trips, and falls that em-ployees across industries may face, OSHA has published a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on subparts D and I of 29 CFR 1910, which contain occupational safety stan-dards for general industry. OSHA believes the proposed rule will substantially reduce work-related injuries and deaths.
Join us for an in-depth webinar where you’ll learn how to evaluate your existing programs to determine improve-ment opportunities based on best practices, ANSI Z359, Version 3, and the proposed OSHA rules.
Areas Covered In This Webinar :
The typical slips, trips, and fall accidents to be aware of, and the common causes of those types of incidents
OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D requirements for fall protection
29 CFR 10910 Subpart F requirements for powered plat-forms, man lifts, and vehicle-mounted work platforms
Compliance keys to GI for ladder safety
Fall protection requirements for special cases including walking and working surfaces not covered in Subpart D
Proposed Final Rule regarding Fall protection& Walking Working Surfaces
29 CFR 1910 Subpart I requirements for PPE
OSHA Unified Agenda upcoming changes to Subpart D and I
Learning Objectives :
Identifying fall hazards in General Industry and proactive assessment methods to identify slip trip and fall hazards
Understanding the current Subpart D and I rules
Explain the General Duty Clause as it re-lates to some GI fall hazard activities
Understanding OSHA’s stance on worker responsibility for fall protection
Illustrate Fall protection rescue plan re-quirements
Who Will Benefit :
Labor Law Attorneys
Safety and Health Managers
Emergency Response Teams
For more information, please visit : https://www.atozcompliance.com/trainings-webinar/cross-industry-functions/osha-compliance/osha-standard-29cfr1910-regulations-workplace-training/michael-aust/300205?utm_source=Referral&utm_medium=wordpress
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Speakers Profile :
Mr. Michael Aust is the Senior Safety Specialist at 1030 Communications, LLC. Mr. Aust has a Master of Science in Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Management and is a Certified Environmental Compliance Manager #5678. Mr. Aust also served as the management representative for various safety and environmental management systems throughout his career. He is an Authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor for both General Industry and Construction Industry.
Michael has provided safety management expertise and regulatory compliance to a variety of industries since 1995. His extensive experience in the safety and health field has been earned from working in a variety of different types of organizations within the private sector. He has developed and implemented safety management systems for organizations without such processes and has helped mature management systems for Fortune 50 and Fortune 100 companies.
Mr. Aust has provided safety auditing, inspecting and training services for companies such as US Fusion, The TopCor Companies, BP North America, Honeywell, Gulf South Safety Consultants, The Commodore Corporation – Indiana Division, JE Spear Consulting, Ivy Tech Corporate College, Eaton and The Andersons to only name a few. He is also a content contributor for various safety newsletters and blogs.