- October 17, 2017
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Top Things to Consider When Implementing a Safety Program
- OSHA record-keeping requirements, including the new requirement for electronic reporting
- Which companies must report to OSHA, and which do not?
- The 22 OSHA standards for General Industry
- When is an injury an OSHA recordable injury?
- What should be included in a basic Health & Safety program?
Who Should Attend
- Anyone responsible for health, safety and environment programs at your facility including:
- Managers and Supervisors
- Cell Leaders and Team Leaders
- Facilities Managers
- Anyone responsible for contractor safety
Presented by Bob Morgan
- Bob Morgan has over 30 years of experience in manufacturing as a Quality Engineer, Quality Manager, Value Stream Leader, Production Manager and Health, Safety & Environment Manager. He has worked in the carbon seal, drawn tubing and waveguide, glass-to-metal-seal, stamping and safety products industries. Bob has taught Statistics and Quality Control courses for more than 10 years. As a Health, Safety and Environment Manager, Bob has driven down workers’ compensation costs, built and maintained multi-site HSE systems, and trained employees at all levels in OSHA health & safety standards. Bob holds a BA degree from Holy Cross College, and is a Certified Quality Engineer, a Raytheon 6 Sigma Lean Expert, and a Honeywell 6 Sigma Greenbelt.
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