Effective OSHA Auditing - Creating Audit Documents for a Successful OSHA Audit
Friday, March 15, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PDT)
Palo Alto, CA
OSHA requires that all organizations must comply with certain safety standards and it is conducting routine audits to ensure compliance. This OSHA audit training will highlight the importance of auditing and what OSHA inspectors will be checking for during the audits. It will also help attendees in creating OSHA audit documents, checklists and forms that are specific to organizations.
This webinar will highlight the OSHA requirements and useful managed OSHA audits. This webinar will discuss about the importance of auditing and what to look for when you conduct federal OSHA audit. The instructor has spent over 20 years in construction, industrial, and oil/gas safety and will train participants on how to perform a complete safety audit. It will help the attendees to create an audit document that adds value to project sites, and situations that are specific to organization. It will also discuss about the incidents that creates legal trails and that can assist in the creation of citations and fines. This webinar will discuss about the methods to conduct safety audits to detect and prevent unsafe work acts from becoming part of the culture, providing an avenue for serious or fatal accidents. Following topics will be covered during the training:
• The Audit Form.
• Understanding the need for auditing.
• Rules for auditing.
• The role of those performing audits.
• What OSHA see’s in your audits?
• The meaning “abated”.
• The effects of poor auditing.
• The need to choose and train auditors.
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