The Impact of New OSHA Rules on the Host & Contractor Relationship (VOD)
VIDEO DURATION: 2 HOURS | NO CUSP POINTS AWARDED
The recent changes to OSHA 1910 & 1926 have made significant changes to the ways that host employers must work with its contractors. Utility safety expert Ted Granger will navigate you through the complexities of these changes to help make sure you maintain compliance.
YOU WILL LEARN:
- Rules on Multi-employer citations
- Rules onDefining the host and contractor roles
- An overview of types of contractor employers
- Rules on onboarding & ongoing communications processes
- Rules on the contractor employer selection process
- Incorporation communications into the contract
- Rules for providing system characteristics, installation conditions, & contractor-requested information
- Information needed for contractor assessments
- Assessments required by the contractor & the information required to be provided by the host
- How to coordinate work rules
- Rules on pre-job briefings
- Changes to the Information exchange process options
- Enforcement date information
- An overview of OSHA’s response to EEI’s questions
Ted Granger, Granger Management Consultants
Ted Granger advises client companies, both domestic and international, on safety concerns and feasible solutions based upon comprehensive safety assessments. He is also a safety trainer and motivational speaker.
Ted brings the experience of a 37 year career at Florida Power & Light Company, having served leadership roles in Industrial Safety, Electric Distribution Operations, Logistics, and Human Resources.
In his consulting role, Ted interacts with field workers, supervision and senior management to define safety issues, examine safety culture, and evaluate effectiveness of safety programs. He then applies best practice knowledge as well as statistical tools in analyzing performance and developing improvement recommendations. These recommendations are designed to produce significant performance improvement, along with methods to sustain the results. His services have also included development of safety rules and procedure manuals, as well as related training. Ted is a graduate of the University of South Florida. He is a Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) and Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB).
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