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OHS SuperCast May 29, 2014

Fall protection still held the top spot among OSHA's list of most-cited standards during FY 2013, and respiratory protection and electrical safety ranked fourth and fifth on that list. Falling short of effective compliance with these standards costs companies thousands of dollars in penalties every year, such as an Illinois company cited and fined more than $155,000 for electrical safety and other violations in early 2014.

This May 29, 2014, Supercast features experts in all three areas, including experts who work for OSHA, NIOSH, and CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training, offering new information on the national campaign to prevent construction falls and guidance for ensuring workers are protected from respiratory and electrical hazards.

Protecting Workers from Falls – How you can participate in our nationwide effort
11:00AM EST - 10:00AM CST - 8:00AM PST

At this webinar, you will learn: Construction safety leaders from OSHA, NIOSH and CPWR will point to the leading killer of construction workers – falls from heights – and offer resources provided through the Safety Pays, Falls Cost campaign to end this national tragedy. The webinar will also expand on a new, construction-focused initiative to be announced mid-March of this year.

Sponsors:
FabEnCo, Inc.
Snap-on Industrial Brands
Miller by Honeywell


Everything You Thought You Didn't Know About Respiratory Protection!
1:00PM EST - 12:00 CST - 10:00AM PST

Get answers to your biggest respiratory protection challenges, from hazard assessment to fit testing to voluntary respirator use, in this one-hour FREE presentation

Sponsor:
Moldex-Metric, Inc.
ILC Dover

Electrical Workplace Safety and Risk Management
3:00PM EST - 2:00 CST - 12:00 PST

This informative non-commercial presentation will focus on the requirements for electrical workplace safety as defined in the NFPA 70E® 2012 Edition - Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, and as enforced by OSHA.

Sponsor:
ERI Safety Videos

Duration: Each Webinar is 1 Hour