Benchmarking Panel on Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIFs)
Recorded on April 20, 2021, this is the second webinar in the new Environmental Health and Safety webinar series focused on serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) presented by Grainger in collaboration with the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP).
Possible impact of New Steven’s Agreement on other areas of Fall Protection
In this webinar recorded on May 4, 2021 as part of the National Fall Protection Stand-down Week, three experts from the ANSI/ASSP Z359 Fall Protection Committee discussed OSHA’s Ned Stevens settlement and its potential impact on the residential roofing industry. This settlement outlines specific requirements related to fall protection and OSHA’s requirements for specific documentation, training and procedures. Our panellists share best practices from the Z359 Fall Protection Code to help your organization better protect workers at height.
Ethics in OSH Education
In this webinar recorded, April 15, 2020, Jan K. Wachter, professor in the Safety Sciences Department at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, explains the basics of ethics within the OSH profession. He discusses ethics as a necessary area of study for the OSH professional and how to educate OSH students and professionals on ethics. He explores the use of varying situational context and student participation for understanding and applying various approaches to professional ethical decision-making.
Serious Injuries and Fatalities: What’s the Problem and What Can You Do About It?
Sponsored by Grainger. This webinar recorded on March 30, 2021 is part of Grainger’s new Environmental Health and Safety webinar series focused on serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) and solutions Grainger provides. Presented in collaboration with ASSP, this webinar provides a high-level overview of SIF exposures.
What Can You Expect From OSHA in the New Administration
In this webinar recorded, March 18th, 2020, ASSP Government Affairs Committee Chair Jim Thornton discusses what to expect from OSHA in the new administration. We focus on changes we expect to see in federal agencies such as OSHA in the coming months and how that might affect you and your organization.
OSHA’s Most Commonly Cited COVID-19 Standards
In this webinar recorded, March 4, 2021, we are joined by two legal experts on the standards OSHA is citing most frequently during COVID-related inspections. Our panellists discuss why those standards are topping the list and what steps OSH professionals and their organization can take to ensure they are following OSHA guidelines to protect their workers from COVID-19. We also discuss how OSHA will likely continue to enforce COVID-19 protections under the new administration.
OSHA Reporting & You
When it comes to OSHA reporting, there are many details to remember and requirements to address. Not complying with them can be an expensive mistake for your company. Join Zach Pucillo, CSP, CHMM, KPA’s environmental health and safety team supervisor, as he guides you through OSHA’s injury and illness reporting requirements so you can be confident when submitting your annual OSHA report this March. ( Recorded February 25, 2021)
Safe Sourcing and Care of AR/FR Clothing: What to Look For
This interview-style Q&A session, recorded on Dec. 10, 2020 aims to increase awareness on arc-rated/flame-resistant (AR/FR) clothing and OSHA requirements and standards. During the session, we answer questions about OSHA, NFPA 70E and NFPA 2112 requirements for AR/FR laundering and maintenance. We’ll also discuss how to evaluate AR/FR clothing and sourcing options, what to look for on AR/FR garment labels and how to care for and launder FR clothing, including new research in this area. And, we’ll highlight potential safety issues related to COVID-19 and AR/FR care and maintenance during the pandemic and beyond.
OSHA-ASSP Silica Compliance Directive and Emphasis
This webinar recorded, November 4th, 2020, aims to increase awareness of OSHA’s national emphasis program focusing on silica compliance. The goal is to identify and reduce or eliminate worker exposures to respirable crystalline silica in general industry, maritime and construction.
OSHA-ASSP National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction
This webinar recorded, September 17, 2020, aims to increase fall hazard awareness in an effort to stop fall fatalities and injuries. This webinar focuses on the need for comprehensive fall protection management programs within the construction industry.
OSHA-ASSP Leading and Lagging Indicators
This webinar recorded, August 13, 2020, aims to increase awareness of leading indicators as a valuable tool to help improve your safety or health program, regardless of what you have included in your program, or what stage you may be at in your program.
OSHA-ASSP Trench Safety Stand Down
In this webinar recorded, June 18, 2020, during the National Trench Safety Stand Down, OSHA’s Scott Ketcham provides an overview of the National Trench Safety Stand Down, now in its fourth year.