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How to Avoid OSHA’s Top 10 Violations

Find out how to prevent OSHA’s top 10 most frequently cited violations from occurring in your organization.


Spurred by OSHA’s severe inflation of penalties in 2016, companies are seeing an increase of up to 82% in fines. With an average of three violations per inspection and 81% of violations in the upper echelon of penalties, your bottom line is at greater risk than ever before.

View our webinar to learn what OSHA’s top 10 violations were in 2015 and find out how to prevent them from occurring in your organization. You will also discover critical recordkeeping practices and proven methods for establishing and maintaining compliance.

Key Takeaways:

  • It's important to familiarize yourself with state and federal OSHA jurisdictions. Know the difference and understand where your organization falls.
  • The best way to protect against an OSHA citation is to take proactive safety measures so that OSHA has no reason to come to your facility in the first place.
  • Use the top 10 most frequently cited violations list to assess your workplace on a frequent basis.
  • Establish and maintain a safety culture so that safety concerns are brought to light and addressed before an incident occurs.

By clicking "Watch the Webinar" you will receive the webinar recording, webinar podcast, and webinar slides.


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Featured Panelists


Michael Aust
Michael Aust is the President and Owner of 1030 Communications, LLC. Mr. Aust has served as the management representative for various safety and environmental management systems throughout his career. He is an Authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor and has over 22 years of experience managing OSHA and EPA regulatory compliance and management systems.


Natasha Taylor
Natasha Taylor is an Account Manager for Alchemy and has been with the company for 4 years.  In her role, Natasha has supported hundreds of small to large food manufacturing facilities.  Natasha brings over 13 years of experience in training and client support that enables her to assist companies in identifying key solutions for their training and compliance challenges.