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IL MFR’s Best Practices January Webinar – Responding to an OSHA Citation

Presented by Manufacturers Insurance Services of Illinois . . .

As a member of the Illinois Manufacturers’ Association you are entitled to participate in this free educational webinar scheduled for Thursday, January 26th, 2017 at 9:00AM CST.

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), citations can be issued for any number of work-related safety violations including, but not limited to, use of hazardous materials, machine guarding, fire protection, noise exposure, or fall protection to name a few. Knowing how to respond to an OSHA complaint, and having an existing set of procedures in place, will help your company stay in business and meet all regulatory needs addressed by the complaint. Join us for a webinar to learn about your options and how to respond to an OSHA citation.

Learning objectives:

Understand an OSHA citation Notice

3 Options

How to prevent a citation

Who Should Attend?

Owners, Executives & Managers.

Our Presenters:

Terry Koehler is a Strategic Advisor residing in MIS of Illinois’ employee benefits division. His passion lies in assisting growing businesses through the process of improving claims experience, controlling costs and improving benefits to maximize employers’ abilities to recruit and retain the highest caliber of employees.

Britt Wenzel is the Director of Environmental Health & Safety Compliance Management with Mostardi Platt. Britt has over 20 years experiences consulting businesses in Environmental Health & Safety(EHS). Britt has performed and/or supervised hundreds of EHS Audits involving evaluation of safety, air emissions, waste management, hazardous substance management, annual EHS reporting, emergency response and spill planning, machine guarding, bio hazard assessment and EHS record keeping.

David Osadjan is the Senior Project Manager at Mostardi Platt. David has extensive experience in the environmental field, gained by over seventeen years of practical experience in the hazardous waste disposal field and safety compliance, and more recent experience in the preparation of compliance reports., permitting development for air emission sources, facility site inspections, water permit compliance, and smokestack emissions testing.

Register here now.

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