OSHA’s 2020 Top 10 Print Industry Citations & How to Avoid Them


1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


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After more than a year of trying to keep our employees from contracting COVID-19 and focusing on carefully following all the OSHA, CDC,  state and local requirements, many of us are a little tired and frustrated. With the stress of dealing with the pandemic, we may have slipped in our normal plant safety emphasis. 

However, wmust not overlook some of the basic OSHA safety training requirements that will both keep our plants safe and help us to avoid OSHA’s top 10 print industry citations.  

This webinar addresses how to comply with the OSHA requirements that others appear to be struggling with—as evidenced by the fact that these resulted in OSHA’s top 10 2020 citations.  

You’ll get an in-depth look at the following Top 5 citation categories: 

  • Machine guarding 
  • Control of hazardous energy lockout tagout 
  • Powered industrial trucks 
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) 
  • Hazard communication 

In addition, we will also cover: 

  • Fall protection 
  • Electrical, including temporary wiring (extension cords) 
  • Hazardous waste and emergency response 
  • OSHA Form 300 retention and updating 
  • Hand and powered tools, including compressed air for cleaning 

This webinar is presented by PIASC (Printing Industries Association, Inc. of Southern California) and co-sponsored by Print & Graphic Communications Association.

About the Instructor, John Holland

Since 1993 John Holland and his company, Assured Compliance Solutions, Inc., have been helping printers across the country attain OSHA compliance. Throughout this time Assured Compliance Solutions has been providing their clients the same type of high-quality worker safety compliance support that Fortune 500 companies have long received from their own inhouse professional safety compliance staff. 

With his long-time print industry experience, John knows what violations an enforcement officer is seeking to uncover at your facility. Implement his advice and your people will enjoy a safer work environment, and you won’t have to fear an unexpected OSHA audit at your facility. 


Bookings are closed for this event.

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