In this webinar Nick Hardesty will take a quick look back at the most recent changes from OSHA, and a closer look at OSHA’s regulatory plan and what dealerships might expect from OSHA in the future. From enforcement policy and GHS to I2P2, recordkeeping, and whistleblower protection regulations.
Much of the talk regarding OSHA recently has surrounded the update to the Hazard Communication Standard. This however is not the only agenda on OSHA’s plate that dealerships need to know. On a semiannual basis OSHA releases their regulatory agenda of which the most recent came out in December 2012.
Dealers have plenty on their plates these days attempting to stay in compliance, however it is always appropriate, and smart, to look ahead at what possible changes are on the horizon, and understand how they may affect your business. OSHA is in a position to further its enforcement and regulatory priorities in significant ways in the years to come and dealers should be prepared.