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OSHA Update with a Review of The OSHA Top 10 Violations

OSHA Update & Review of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations
Rob Medlock
Vice President
SCT - Safety Controls Technology
February 13, 2018
Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.
Brennan’s Party Center
 13000 Triskett Road, Cleveland, 44111

The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) was passed to help prevent workers from being killed or seriously harmed at work.  This law created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which sets and enforces protective workplace safety and health standards. OSHA also provides information, training, and assistance to employers and workers. Under the OSH Act, employers have the responsibility to provide a safe workplace.

As the former Area Director for the Cleveland Area OSHA Office, Rob Medlock will provide an update on recent changes that have occurred with regulations that you need to know to stay compliant and protect your employees.  He will also discuss the Top-10 Violations and how the current administration is handling violations.

Rob Medlock joined SCT in 2011 after working 33 years in the forefront of occupational safety and health while working for the Occupational Safety & Health Administration.  During his tenure, he served in OSHA’s Area, Regional, National, and State Plan Offices completing many assignments critical to the Agency and becoming well respected in the labor and business communities. As Area Director of OSHA’s Cleveland Office for more than 19 years, he oversaw over 17,000 inspections.  An expert in OSHA policy and compliance, he has been favorably recognized by OSHA and the Department of Labor for sustained performance and special projects imperative to the mission of OSHA.

Reservations are required for this meeting. For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check, no credit cards will be accepted.  All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced.  Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting.  This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.    
IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end.   If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.