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NAPIM is Hosting an OSHA Regulatory Compliance Issues Webinar

Monday, August 12, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

The National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM) is offering a great opportunity to gain insight into current regulations, emphasis areas and enforcement trends of the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.  This webinar will be presented by John F. Martin, an expert in OSHA regulatory compliance issues, of Ogletree Deakin law firm and will provide the following learning outcomes to participants:

  • Understanding illness/injury accident trends within the printing ink manufacturing industry and how OSHA uses this information to focus their enforcement activity and site inspections
  • Understanding of the details behind the integration of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) into the Hazard Communication Standard and how to modify your in-house hazard communication program to meet the new Safety Data Sheet (SDS), labeling and training requirements
  • Understanding of the current illness/injury recordkeeping requirements. Be able to understand if you are accurately and correctly recording and reporting the illnesses/injuries occurring at your location
  • Understanding the OSHA emphasis program for managing combustible dusts in ink manufacturing facilities and how to properly control them. Learn what OSHA is looking for in terms of uncontrolled combustible dust hazards

Register today to reserve your spot in the webinar.  Visit the NAPIM website for information on upcoming events, publications, and other association news.


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