Developing effective written plans is not just a paperwork exercise or a tool to help you pass an OSHA inspection. Written plans – required or not – streamline your safety efforts and provide a foundation for keeping workplace safety and health a priority.
Your company likely falls under one or more of the 50-plus written plan requirements for general industry and construction. Are you sure you have the ones you need?
During this webinar, we’ll look at:
Tricia Hodkiewicz, EHS Editor, J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
Tricia has been a workplace safety and environmental editor at J. J. Keller for more than 20 years, providing content for safety and environmental-related publications on subject matters such as hazard communication; hazardous waste operations and emergency response; bloodborne pathogens; spill prevention, control and countermeasure; storm water; Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act; signs and labels; and written plans. Her articles have appeared in several popular magazines, including Safety+Health. What’s more, through the Personal Assistant feature of KellerOnline, Tricia has fielded thousands of regulatory questions from EHS professionals.
Mark Stromme, Sr. EHS Editor, J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
Mark Stromme joined J. J. Keller & Associates in 1994. As senior EHS editor, he develops content for various J. J. Keller publications, specializing in OSHA construction and general industry regulations. Mark is also an authorized OSHA outreach construction trainer, and over the years he has fielded thousands of safety-related questions to assist safety professionals in addressing the challenges facing them today.
Kevin Druley, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Kevin covers worker safety for Safety+Health.