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Sponsored by J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
OSHA’s standard on process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals (1910.119) is one of the agency’s more complex standards. It’s also one that many employers know little about, including how to determine coverage. Join us to better understand PSM, from determining if you have a covered process to compiling required process information, implementing your operating procedures and more.
During this webcast, you’ll learn:
Time will be reserved for a live Q&A session.
Ray Chishti, Editor - EHS, J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.
Ray joined J. J. Keller in 2017 as a workplace safety editor. He has 15 years of total EHS experience in a variety of industries, including engineering, procurement and construction projects; construction; railway; fossil fuel power plants; gas distribution and transmission; electrical transmission; and retail. Ray’s experience includes positions within law enforcement as a police officer and fraud specialist. His degrees include a bachelor’s in law enforcement, a Master of Business Administration, and a Juris Doctor with a certificate in occupational safety and health. His training includes certifications as a construction and general industry OSHA Outreach Instructor, in root cause analysis (Sologic), basic first aid, CPR and AED use.
Cindy Pauley, COSS, COHC, Editor – EHS, J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.
Cindy joined J. J. Keller in June as an associate editor on the EHS publishing team. She uses her 13 years of safety program development and management experience in oil and gas, chemical, manufacturing, construction, and agricultural industries to develop a wide variety of easily understandable content and to provide regulatory insight for J. J. Keller’s customers and partners. Cindy has a Master of Arts and a Bachelor of Applied Arts from Central Michigan University.
Kevin Druley, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Kevin is associate editor of Safety+Health and serves as co-host of the magazine’s “On the Safe Side” podcast.