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OSHA Safety Series: Top OSHA Citations

Cost: Free to Members and Self-Insured Clients

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Sometimes it is helpful to know which standards OSHA is issuing citations for as it gives us an opportunity to review our own operations, hazards, controls, policies, and procedures, to help ourselves not be part of those statistics.  We’re very excited to welcome Marianne Bonito from Federal OSHA, and Anne Bracker from CONN-OSHA to share information about the inspection and citation processes!  In this webinar, they’ll tell us about:

  • FY 2021 OSHA Top 10 Citations
  • NAICS codes beginning with 62 which includes many Trust members
  • CT-specific citations
  • Tools to help assure your controls are up-to-speed so you can avoid these citations
  • Overview of COVID-related citations

Meeting OSHA compliance will result in a safer work environment for your employees and will help to minimize or avoid citations.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Review the OSHA Inspection process
  • Understand the process of issuing citations
  • Understand the monetary impact of citations
  • Learn the top 10 most frequently cited OSHA citations
  • Understand the top violation that apply to healthcare and social service agencies
  • Learn risk management techniques to avoid citations

Administration, Management, Human Resources, Loss Control, those tasked with program development and implementation

Marianne M. Bonito, Compliance Assistance Specialist, OSHA
Anne Bracker, MPH, CIH, Occupational Safety and Health Program manager, Connecticut Department of Labor/CONN-OSHA 
Kathy Marek, CSP, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust
John Sargent, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust