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Construction Site Managers

OSHA Safety & Health Inspections and Penalties Training Program- IASP/ NASP

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"Informative Course and Excellent Conductors. Also, I have received great materials to go over later."

Maitha Almazroui, Chemical Engineer

Program Overview

This training program is designed to help you learn how to inspect, how often, and who should be involved. Participants learn how to develop and use checklists in continuous and formal safety inspections. The focus is on finding facts, not faults, and how to use safety inspections to positively reinforce safe practices and behaviors. Participants will learn how to conduct thorough safety inspections, identify potential hazards, assess risks, and implement corrective actions to mitigate risks and ensure compliance with OSHA regulations. They will also gain an understanding of OSHA penalty structures and learn best practices for avoiding penalties through proactive safety measures.

Learning Objectives

01

Understanding OSHA Regulations:

 

  • Participants will learn about the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 and its purpose in ensuring safe and healthful working conditions.

  • They will gain an overview of the regulations and standards enforced by OSHA, including general industry standards, construction standards, and specific regulations for hazardous industries

02

OSHA Inspection Process:

 

  • Participants will become familiar with the OSHA inspection process, including the different types of inspections (scheduled, complaint-based, referral-based, and follow-up inspections).

  • They will learn about the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees during inspections, as well as the role of OSHA inspectors

03

Identification of Workplace Hazards:

 

  • Participants will learn how OSHA inspectors identify workplace hazards during inspections. This includes recognizing common safety and health hazards such as fall hazards, electrical hazards, chemical hazards, and ergonomic hazards, among others.

04

Documentation and Recordkeeping:

 

  • Participants will understand the importance of maintaining accurate records of safety and health-related activities in the workplace.

  • They will learn about the types of records that employers are required to keep under OSHA regulations, including injury and illness records, training records, and safety data sheets (SDS).

05

Penalties and Citations:

 

  • Participants will learn about the types of violations that can result in citations and penalties under OSHA regulations.

  • They will understand the criteria used by OSHA to assess penalties, including the severity of the violation, the employer's history of violations, and the employer's good faith efforts to comply with OSHA standards.

06

Abatement of  Violations:

  • Participants will learn about the process of correcting violations identified during OSHA inspections. They will understand the deadlines for abatement and the requirements for submitting abatement certification to OSHA

07

Best Practices for Compliance:

 

  • Participants will learn about best practices for achieving and maintaining compliance with OSHA regulations. This includes implementing effective safety and health programs, providing employee training, conducting regular workplace inspections, and addressing hazards promptly

Program Topics

01

Introduction to OSHA:

 

  • An overview of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, its mission, and the laws and regulations it enforces to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for employees

02

OSHA Standards and Regulations:

 

  • A review of OSHA's standards and regulations applicable to various industries, including general industry, construction, maritime, and agriculture.

03

OSHA Inspection Process:

 

  • Techniques for identifying workplace hazards, assessing risks, and prioritizing corrective actions

04

Common Workplace Hazards:

 

  • Identification and discussion of common workplace hazards that OSHA inspectors look for during inspections, such as fall hazards, electrical hazards, chemical hazards, machinery hazards, and ergonomic hazards

05

Documentation and Recordkeeping:

 

  • Best practices for achieving and maintaining compliance with OSHA regulations, including safety programs, training, and recordkeeping requirements

06

Penalties and Citations:

 

  • Understanding OSHA penalty structures, citation classifications, and the process for contesting citations

07

Abatement of Violations:

 

  • Guidance on correcting violations identified during OSHA inspections, including deadlines for abatement, methods for correcting hazards, and requirements for submitting abatement certification to OSHA

08

Best Practices for Compliance:

 

  • Techniques for ongoing evaluation and improvement of safety programs, incorporating industry best practices and lessons learned

The Importance and The Value of HSE Inspectors

01

The Health and Safety Inspectors help their companies maintain a safe work environment

02

​The Health and Safety Inspectors play a vital role in anticipating the hazards that may occur at the workplace

03

The Health and Safety Inspectors have a responsibility to implement the proper safety measures to prevent hazards

04

The Health and Safety Inspectors help their companies meet regulatory compliance requirements therefore reducing work-related injuries

Program Trainers

Our Expert Trainers are highly qualified, and they have decades of experience in the health, safety, environment, and quality field.

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Senior HSE Trainer & Consultant
Laila Ali

Ms. Laila Ali is one of the few competent health and safety trainers in the UAE. Her unique teaching methodology makes her one of the few favorite health and safety trainers in the UAE. She focuses on student-equal participation and interaction. Also, she simplifies the complex topics. 

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Health & Safety Trainer and Specialist
Wagdi Han

Mr. Wagdi is a pioneer in the occupational health and safety field. He has decades of expertise in delivering all workplace safety programs and courses in the UAE, the Middle East, and Globally. 

Delivery & Duration & Medium of Instruction

  • Delivery:

    • Live Virtual Training on Zoom

  • Duration:

    • 4 Days

  • Medium of Instruction:

    • English ​

    • Arabic

Schedule

Assessment

  • On the last day of the training, participants will take the final exam​

  • The exam paper will be sent to each participant via email 

  • Multiple Choices Questions 

Certification

Upon successful completion of the OSHA Inspections and Penalties Training Program, Participants will get the following certificate:

  • Program Certificate:

    • OSHA Inspections and Penalties Certificate​

  • Validity:

    • Lifetime ​

  • Awarding Body:

    • International Association of Safety Professionals, North Carolina-USA.

    • Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi-UAE

  • Note: Upon successful completion of the training, it will take 7 working days to issue the certificate by the awarding body

Sample Certificate

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Fees

999 AED

499 AED

*Limited Time Offer*

Registration Process

Filling Out a Form

To register for the training, please send the following via email/ Whatsapp:

  1. Select the dates and the timings from the schedule above

  2. Send your full name, address, and phone number

  3.  The invoice will be sent, and once you complete the payment you will receive a confirmation email 

E-mail: registration@aldanahinstitute.ae 

 

WhatsApp#: +971553612780                   

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