Government Compliance and Employee Safety Bundle
Non-Member Price: FREE
The Natural Stone Institute Safety Committee is committed to providing quality safety education for professionals in the stone industry. This course bundle was sponsored by the Natural Stone Institute Safety Committee to educate your team on government reguiation and employee health for the stone industry.
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OA101: Safety- Basics of OSHA Compliance for the Natural Stone Industry
The Occupational Safety and Health Act, which was passed in 1970, is a nationwide program established by the federal government to protect workers from physical harm on the job. This module will discuss the history of the program and what to expect if an OSHA compliance officer visits your facility.
Target Audience: United State Based Fabricators
WOA102: Webinar- OSHA On-Site Consultation Program
The OSHA On-site voluntary consultation program conducted nearly 28,000 visits to small businesses in 2016, covering over 1.1 million workers nationwide. This session will discuss the OSHA voluntary consultation program, what is involved and how companies can take advantage of this federally funded program.
WOA201: Webinar- No Place for Complacency- Keep Safety Active
Did you know 96% of injuries in the work place are caused by unsafe actions? This session will discuss the difference between an unsafe workplace and unsafe action. We will also talk about strategies for measuring and planning a safe work environment for your employees.
OA311: Safety- Silicosis: An Industry Guide to Awareness and Prevention
For hundreds of years, silicosis has been a serious occupational health issue for workers in mining, quarrying, stone cutting, stone grinding, and other occupations where crystalline silica dust is generated. This session will discuss what silicosis is and what measures should be taken to prevent the disease.
WOA312: Webinar-2018 Silica Exposure Standard and OSHA Compliance
How is the stone industry addressing the OSHA silica rule change? What are leading stone professionals doing NOW to reduce silica exposure for their employees? What are the real costs associated with making your shop and business safer? This session will prepare attendees to create a safety program that addresses silica exposure, baseline testing, and a number of issues your employees will encounter.