Many employers consider an OSHA Safety Program as a burden on their time and resources. They could not be more mistaken in their thinking than this. Considering an exercise that potentially saves them hundreds of thousands of dollars as being such is nothing other than a misplaced notion. It is only when employees suffer from injuries at the workplace and OSHA discovers that the workplace did not have the proper OSHA regulations in place that employers start feeling the heat of the non-implementation of this regulation.

It is to help them avoid such a scenario that, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of regulatory compliance, is offering a webinar on September 24. For this session, brings the well-known California-based independent broker, Gary Heppner, as the expert. Please log on to–201075live to register for this session and gain very valuable lessons on how to avoid OSHA enforcement.


Construction is among the highest rated industries for the hazards it poses. This is natural, considering that many of the core activities in this industry are liable to causing serious body harm. Any of its activities, such as construction, alteration, and/or repair, require its workers to engage in many activities that may expose them to serious hazards. Falling from rooftops, unguarded machinery, being struck by heavy construction equipment, electrocutions, silica dust, and asbestos…these are just some of the serious issues that could happen in the construction industry.

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All these can be avoided by conceiving and implementing a well-designated blueprint of OSHA regulations, whose importance is the main learning this webinar will offer. Besides this vital information, the speaker will also highlight another matter of crucial importance to OSHA: whistleblowing. He will show how to guard against whistleblowers and how to be aware of a possible whistleblower. He will suggest steps that employers can take before whistleblowing happens.

These are the areas that will be covered at this session:

What does OSHA want to review when they come calling”?
What you can do to prevent accidents
What you can do to retain control of an injury once it occurs
How to deal with supervisors who aren’t sure what their responsibilities are regarding safety
Why enforcement is so important
Other subjects that are related that will be addressed
How to reduce the possibility of litigation by providing proper training to HR and supervisors
How to investigate a reported injury to reduce litigation
Some tips I have learned that can be very helpful
This session is of high value and importance to professionals whose work involves OSHA implementation. These include Construction Attorneys, Construction Company Executives, Contractors Project Management Staff, Subcontractors, Construction Managers and Project Owners and Sponsors.

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Author's Bio: 

About the speaker: During the over thirty years that Gary Heppner has been in the industry, he has worked in a range of functions. He has been an independent Insurance broker in California, has been providing assistance with over 23+ OSHA Consultative visits from OSHA, and has been writing a large book of workers compensation and other lines of insurance.