Join TPC for an eye-opening hour on “Life after an OSHA Citation: Turning a Black Mark into a Better Workplace.”
TPC Training, the leading provider of industrial skills training, will hold an informational webinar on April 26, 2017 to address the procedures that industrial facilities should take when they incur a safety citation from OSHA. The webinar will outline how to correct a hazard and establish a safety culture within the workplace, thereby avoiding frequently cited violations in the future. This webinar is ideal for plant and facility managers, as well as anyone with an interest in workplace safety.
In the webinar, “Life after an OSHA Citation: Turning a Black Mark into a Better Workplace,” TPC Training instructor and Master Electrician Bob Clukey will demonstrate how facilities that receive a violation after an OSHA inspection can become even stronger and safer when the right actions are taken. This webinar is designed to cover a range of common violations, including lock-out/tag-out, electrical wiring problems, and fall protection safety. The session investigates how training reinforcement, in-response to correcting cited hazards, will help you achieve heightened awareness, responsibility, and communication throughout your facility.
“While safety should be a top priority in all working environments, mistakes and accidents happen in industrial facilities every day,” said Andrew Kauser, CEO TPC Training. “Whether you’ve had a citation or simply live in the real world where the risk of violations exists, you won’t want to miss this webinar.”
Along with the upcoming webinar, TPC Training now offers OSHA -10 equivalent online training courses that are designed to create a safety-focused culture in the workplace and address the most common occurring safety violations. Safety course topics in the OSHA-10 equivalent safety library include:
- Safety Orientation
- Introduction To OSHA
- Walking & Working Surfaces
- Fall Protection
- Emergency Planning
- Fire Prevention & Safety
- Electrical Safety
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Hazard Communication
- Materials Handling Safety
- Machine Guarding
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Industrial Ergonomics
TPC Training also offers a 2-day training course on OSHA and NFPA 70E electrical safety standards in both public seminar and virtual, instructor-led formats.
For additional information about the webinar “Life after an OSHA Citation: Turning a Black Mark into a Better Workplace” or TPC Training Systems, visit www.tpctraining.com or call 847.808.4000.
About TPC Training: TPC Training is the leader in maintenance, repair, and operator training, with complete solutions for a 21st-century workforce to acquire, apply, and adapt essential technical and safety skills.