Hazard Assessments : Lack of compliance can leave your workers exposed to unnecessary risks

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This webinar occurred on:  September 29, 2016


Hazard assessments are required under OSHA regulations for deciding what personal protective equipment may be needed for hazards on the job. While the requirement for hazard assessments has been around since 1994, there are many companies and sites that have not performed a full assessment or have even done a basic assessment at all. Did you know that the lack of a full understanding of the hazard and risk could affect the protective effectiveness of the solution for your workers?

The thought of taking on a hazard assessment may feel overwhelming; leaving you confused and frustrated on where you even begin. Join us for an inclusive webinar where we explore how to help get you started and back in compliance. In this hour together we will discussing the following:

  • Overview of what the regulations and standards say about hazard assessments and requirements.
  • Highlight available tools available to guide the performing a successful and comprehensive hazard assessment
  • Discuss the relationship between ‘risk’ and ‘consequences’ and the importance these ideas play in developing solutions based on the hazard assessment
  • Learn how PPE choices made without a compressive assessment could leave workers unprotected or under protected

Join us so we can help you explore some solutions to help you get started, back in compliance and most importantly on the right track to providing your workers with the protection they need and deserve.

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This webinar occurred on:  September 29, 2016


Speaker:
Dennis Mater - DuPont(TM) Nomex(R) Sales Technical Leader - Apparel, North America

Duration: 1 Hour

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