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Sep

Need HazComm Training?

Now available to PIA Members, at no cost, through regularly scheduled webinars

Hazard Communication Standard training is required for all employees exposed to hazardous chemicals. Sometimes this presents a problem when we have a new hire, make a sudden change in chemicals used, or are just too busy to shut down a department or shift to conduct the training.

Now you don’t have to! Your employees who need to be trained can join us for one of our regularly scheduled Hazard Communication Standard webinars.

Webinars will be held at 6:00 am, 10:00 am and 4:00 pm on the following dates:

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Tuesday, October 10, 2016

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Whether you have one employee, a large group, or even employees spread over multiple shifts, this is for you. All you need is a computer, Internet connection and phone service. 

OSHA penalties are increasing with a “serious” violation going from $7,000 to $12,471 and “willful” rising from $70,000 to $124,709. These fines are scheduled to increase annually with adjustments tied to the CPI.

All participants will receive information and forms to be utilized to document your training efforts and assistance in developing the “company-specific” portion of the training. 

TO REGISTER:  Click here for registration form.  Questions? Contact Jerry Banks at (716) 691-3211 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Of course, PIA members are still welcome to contact Jerry Banks, PIA Manager of Membership Services, to schedule training, whether via webinar or on-site at your facility. Click here for more information PIA Environmental, Health & Safety services. PIA will be setting up a schedule for more topics in the coming months. Contact Jerry Banks at (716) 691-3211 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.to discuss your training needs.

Regards,

 

Tim Freeman, President
Printing Industries Alliance
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It's that most wonderful time of the year, AGAIN

when we are required to prepare the OSHA 300 log, post Form 300A by February 1st, and keep it posted through the last day of April, for all to see. If your company employs more than 10 people or is responsible for more than 10 employees, you are required by law to prepare the log.

Most of you are familiar with the log, but if not, or if you feel a refresher wouldn't hurt, or you may feel you may not be totally current with the most recent changes, click here to listen to a (brief) webinar that will help bring you up to date.

The webinar is jam-packed with excitement, intrigue and suspense. NOT!

Unfortunately, it's just all stuff you need to know if you wish to be in OSHA compliance. Pure torture, but it's only about 30 minutes long. The webinar will review the various aspects of the OSHA standard and help guide you through the proper preparation of the log forms.

The most difficult part of preparing the log is to know the entry criteria. What needs to be reported, what needn't be reported. In our webinar, a detailed review of the reporting criteria is presented. The correct preparation of the log is critical. Often, in order to cover their bases, companies will record everything and anything that befalls an employee. Don't do that. During an OSHA inspection, the compliance officer will review the log. The next step to the inspection will be based on what the log tells the compliance officer. Lots of entries... the officer may be sticking around a lot longer than you would like them to. No entries make them feel as though they may need to look a bit closer. Accurate record keeping is the key. And of course, not having the log, onto itself, will render a hefty citation.

Having nothing to do with OSHA, but should you be entertaining selling the business or perhaps luring investors, they too will want to see the log. OSHA requires the company to maintain the logs for five years. Potential buyers or investors will want to see them as well. They will want to know if there may be any hidden liabilities that could await them.

Click here to download the pdf from OSHA's website that contains the forms needed to complete the 300 Log.  Form 300 Logs the Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, Form 300A is the Summary (that's the form to be posted) and Form 301 is the injury and Illness Incident Report.

So take the time to ensure you are up to date with this compliance by reviewing the webinar presentation. If you have any questions don't hesitate to call me at (800) 777-4742. 

May all your 300A entries be zeros!

Sincerely,

Jerry Banks, Manager of Membership Services
Printing Industries Alliance
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