JOIN US on August 5th, 2020 at 12:00 PM EST.
Site inspections may have slowed down due to COVID-19. However, as the economy re-opens, OSHA has increased the number of inspections they are performing to make up for lost time, and money. Join safety expert and President of Catamount Consulting*, Scott McKenna and Executive Vice President, AGC/VT, Richard Wobby for tips on:
- How to prepare your job site for an inspection
- How much fines can cost
- What to do if you receive a violation
- How to talk to your inspector while they are onsite to minimize fines
Reserve your spot on August 5th at 12:00 EST. Can’t make it then? Sign up and we will send you a recording of the webinar the day after the actual event.
Catamount will make sure you have all the necessary knowledge to keep your business operating safely. If you have concerns about upcoming inspections or need advice on how to handle fines from a recent audit, we are always available at 518.623.2352.
Fill out the form below to register! Can’t attend? Sign up anyway and we will send you the recording after our session.
*Scott McKenna is the President of Catamount Consulting of New York. He is a certified instructor with the Mine Safety Health Administration, and an OSHA Certified Construction Trainer. He has over 20 years-experience in the mining and construction industries. He has authored or contributed to several published articles on construction and mining safety and lectures on a regular basis to a wide variety of business and safety professionals. Mr. McKenna is also a certified trainer or instructor in a broad range of disciplines.
Richard Wobby is the Executive Vice President of the AGC of Vermont. Richard is a nationally recognized expert in workplace safety training. He has served as the AGC/VT Safety Director for more than a decade and is an OSHA/MSHA certified trainer. His skills have been acknowledged by many Vermont companies who have sent employees to the extensive safety courses taught by Richard over the past 15 years.? Richard also assists AGC/VT members before federal and state government regulatory boards and commissions.