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    Construction - Construction Hazards & Basics, for any Jobsite

    Real world examples of what to expect, and what to prepare for whenever possible. Not every organization is ready to avoid inspections or fines if they do not have senior staff in place, and/or if they have not been audited in the past. How to train staff to have the correct documentation in place. Ensure that the organization keeps documentation updated and realistic. If an employee is nervous and informs the inspector/auditor wrong information, a strong documentation system will support all of the proper steps that are in place.
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    Revisions to the Hazard Communication Standard

    This webinar will provide employers and employees with the new requirements for the Hazard Communication Standard, as well as the changes in the regulations, the way chemicals are classified, and what will be new for training and Safety Data Sheets.
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    Fundamentals of Safety Analysis

    Initially to scope discussions of safety analysis, risk assessment and hazard control application consider how to efficiently apply resources to meet a primary objective: To assure that safety-related and security-related risks have been identified, eliminated, or controlled to acceptable levels; throughout the lifecycle of the design; addressing the lifecycle of the potential accident. It is then logical to concentrate resources to continue safety and risk assessment; aiming for encompassing analyses (or set of analyses), which also identifies decisions and errors that may present risks; ultimately applying hazard/threat control application. Judgment on descriptive detail is applicable to mitigation design; the nature, complexity, and detail description of risk controls; which become formal requirements. Further consider the hierarchy of hazard control application and the layering of risk controls.