OSHA Myths and Misconceptions: Setting the record straight

There are many myths and misconceptions around OSHA regulations and inspections that can catch employers off guard. During this webcast, hear from a former OSHA Compliance Officer who will address myths regarding:

  • Zero incidents safety is best
  • Workers' compensation denied the claim so it's not recordable
  • Small businesses are exempt from all OSHA regs

We will address these myths, and many more, along with taking time to address YOUR questions.

Register below for this free webinar!
: June 8, 2022
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT


Holly PupsHolly Pups - HS Editor 
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.

Holly Pups is a certified safety professional (CSP) that comes to J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. with well over a decade of safety and health experience in pharmaceuticals and manufacturing. Her most recent position being an OSHA compliance officer where she investigated several accidents and fatalities. She joined the EHS content team June of 2021 an EHS Editor, where she researches, writes, edits content, and shares her experiences on a wide variety of topics concerning OSHA compliance and industry best practices. As an EHS Editor, she researches, writes, and edits content on a wide variety of topics concerning environmental compliance and best practices.

Rachel KrubsackRachel Krubsack - EHS Editor 
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.

Rachel Krubsack has been with J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. since 2010. She researches and creates content on a variety of EHS topics, including hazard communication, hearing conservation, lockout/tagout, emergency action plans, safety training, and safety management. Rachel edits the Employee Safety Training Advisor newsletter and a trio of manuals—OSHA Rules for General Industry, Hazard Communication Compliance, and Hazard Communication Pro. She also writes content for handbooks, webcasts, and online solutions and assists customers with regulatory questions pertaining to EHS topics.

Duration: 1 Hour

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