Sponsored by JJ Keller. OSHA plans a host of rulemaking activities, special initiatives and programs in the months ahead, including rulemakings on injury/illness data submission, forklifts, walking-working surfaces, infectious diseases, silica and personal
protective equipment. In fact, 15 rulemakings are slated for 2022 alone! Also, OSHA enforcement is anticipated increase. Join J.J. Keller’s Tricia Hodkiewicz and Rachel Krubsack to learn about OSHA’s latest and upcoming activities affecting
general industry and construction.
What You Will Learn
- Review OSHA’s recent and upcoming rulemakings
- Discuss current enforcement tactics and trends
- Review OSHA’s special initiatives and programs
Tricia Hodkiewicz, Editor, J.J. Keller & Associates Inc.
Tricia Hodkiewicz has been an environmental, health and safety (EHS) editor at J.J. Keller & Associates Inc. since 1994. She provides content for manuals, handbooks, videos, signs, training materials and
online solutions. Hodkiewicz also writes the Compliance Focus newsletter bringing readers the latest OSHA, EPA and DOT news. She edits publications for the construction and warehousing industries, and she specializes in subjects like bloodborne
pathogens, hazard communication, HazWOPER, oil spills, EPCRA, signs and labels, and written plans. Her articles have appeared in popular safety magazines, and she has fielded thousands of compliance questions from EHS professionals.
Rachel Krubsack, Editor, J.J. Keller & Associates Inc.
Rachel Krubsack has been with J.J. Keller & Associates Inc. since 2010. She researches and creates content on a variety of EHS topics, including hazard communication, hearing conservation, laboratory safety,
emergency action plans and safety training. Krubsack edits the Employee Safety Training Advisor newsletter and two manuals— “OSHA Rules for General Industry” and “Hazard Communication Compliance.” Her articles have
appeared in popular safety magazines. Krubsack also writes content for handbooks, webcasts and online solutions, and assists customers with EHS regulatory questions.