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Saturday, Sept 23 10am – 2pm ENMUR Campus, Roswell New Mexico
With the recent changes to OSHA rules and +80% increases in fines (+$12,000), many small businesses are finding it hard to start or manage a safety and health program while preparing for an inspection. What most companies do not know is there are special provisions and programs designed to help the small business (<250) with compliance and managing a safety and health program. Continue reading
OSHA defines any business with fewer than 250 employees as a small business and has special policies in place to help them comply with the regulations. Recently the fines for a single violation was raised to over $12,000. This has caused concern for many small business as they want to comply but they just don’t know what to do or how to do it. Our seminar on September 23 will focus on how to meet government mandates without breaking your budget. Come and get your questions answered and learn of the resources available to your company both locally and nationally.
Date: September 23, 2017
Time: 10am – 2pm
Location: ENMU-Roswell OTC Building Room 115
$25 Pre-Registration is Required. Call 575-624-732 to register or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Professionals that have taken TEEX, UTA, or other OSHA Technical Institute (OTI) classes across the nation can now have their certificates reviewed and converted to college credit at Eastern New Mexico University Roswell (ENMUR). ENMUR is a fully accredited college as well as one of the most cost effective colleges in the country. A degree as well as four different certifications are available both online and in-class for students to attend. Continue reading
The class schedule for NCEHSE through the end of the year is up and posted. Students interested in attending any of these class or wanting more information should call Vickie at 575-624-7164 or Michael at 575-624-7381 for more information. or visit the class schedule on the NCEHSE web site.
Regardless of the depth, OSHA requires that all trenches be inspected by a designated competent person for possible collapse or other dangers that could be experienced by the workers. OSHA does not recognize experience alone as a qualifier for signing off as the “Competent Person” on the required paperwork / permits and mandates technical training for the person filling that position. Continue reading