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Dec 07 2022

Roadside Inspection Data – Using it to Your Advantage

Roadside inspections matter.

The data they generate is used by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to locate high-risk carriers and determine which carriers are in need of an intervention.

In this webcast, we will discuss the data generated during roadside inspections, how FMCSA uses it, and what a carrier should do with the data, including:

• Locating your data
• Methods for sorting and organizing data
• Using your data to improve operations
• Identifying and reducing the risk of a crash or intervention

Register today for this all new webcast! A Q&A session is included.

Dec 07 2022

Forklift Operator Training: Tips for an effective program

Join us for an educational webcast as we cover OSHA’s most common forklift violation –Operator Not Properly Trained - 1910.178(L)(1)(I). During this webcast, we’ll break down OSHA’s requirements for conducting forklift operator training. We’ll also provide tips that aren’t addressed in the regulations so you can ensure your program is as effective as it can be.

We’ll answer the following questions, and more!
• Who can/should conduct training?
• What topics should be covered?
• When should refresher training be conducted?
• Do experienced new employees still require training?
• What is a good evaluation?
• Should there be a probationary period after training?

Time will be reserved for a live Q&A session. Bring your forklift compliance questions!

Dec 08 2022

Tier II Chemical Reporting: Addressing FAQs on this EPCRA requirement

The Hazardous Chemical Inventory Reporting, better known as Tier II Reporting, requirements at 40 CFR 370 remain one of the most misunderstood and top-violated set of EPA regulations. The confusion begins, not with the finer provisions of the regulations but with applicability. Tier II reporting applies to over 460,000 manufacturing and non-manufacturing facilities of all sizes. Your facility may be one of them!

Our webcast will help you clear up the uncertainty surrounding Tier II applicability and core requirements. We’ll draw on our experience and provide answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive on this critical topic. We’ll cover:
• Applicability,
• Reportable and exempt substances,
• Filing a Tier II form,
• Enforcement, and
• More!

We'll also save time at the end of the hour to answer some of your questions. So join us during our upcoming webcast on Tier II reporting to learn about this important requirement established under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) of 1986.

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