OSHA: Review of the Hazard Communication, Lock Out/Tag out and Machine Guarding Standards.

Review of the Hazard Communication, Lock Out/Tag out and Machine Guarding Standards. Come learn more about three of OSHAs Top 10 most frequently cited standards. During this session we will review these basic hazards and explore how to comply with each. What you will learn: Hazard Communication: is your Hazard Communication program up to date? learn the 5 elements of a hazard communication program. what information should be on a secondary label? what information is available on a Safety Data Sheet? what information do I need to train my employees on? what resources are available? Machine Guarding: what has OSHA learned from our 2015 amputation reporting requirement? what are the causes for machine accidents? where do mechanical hazards occur? what is a point of operation and how can I protect the worker? we will look at example hazards and discuss how to protect the worker. Lock Out/Tag Out: what are the elements of a lock out tag out program? what sources of energy should I be concerned with? what are the six steps for an effective lock out tag out procedure? what are common mistakes found with lock out tag out programs? who should I train? Who should attend? Any business with eleven employees is potentially affected by OSHA regulations. Business owners, managers, and employees should attend this workshop on how to protect their businesses! General industry employers who use chemicals or have equipment, should also attend. Cost: $49 Registration and Pay: Please visit sbdc.psu.edu/events. Preregistration is requested at least two business days before seminar. About the Presenter Dale Glacken, Compliance Assistance Specialist, US Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration Mr. Glacken has worked with the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, for more than 14 years. He began as a compliance safety and health officer (CSHO) performing worksite safety and health inspections and evaluations in 14 counties in southcentral Pennsylvania. In June of 2005, he began providing outreach services as the compliance assistance specialist (CAS) for OSHA's Harrisburg Area Office. Prior to OSHA, Mr. Glacken worked for various military services in different capacities. He earned his BS degree in engineering from Penn State University in 1983, and became a certified safety professional in 1995. He has 32 years of experience in safety. Harrisburg Area Office, 43 Kline Village, Harrisburg PA 17104-1529 Phone: 717-782-3902 Direct: 717-777-7729 Fax: 717-782-3746 glacken.dale@dol.gov osha.gov