IPAF and Keller Offer Free Webcast about OSHA's Recent Activity | Industry News

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The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) has partnered with J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. to present a complimentary webcast at noon CDT (1:00 p.m. EDT) Thursday, June 16, covering some of OSHA's recent activity.

Anyone interested in attending should register here or by going to www.ipaf.org and finding the event under the Events tab.

J. J. Keller closely monitors OSHA activities and will share insights into the agency's latest activities affecting general industry and construction employers.

The webcast will focus on:

  • Injury and illness reporting requirements (effective January 1, 2015)
  • Electronic reporting requirements for injuries and illnesses (New regulation just released)
  • Penalty increases set to go into effect as of August 1
  • OSHA's Temporary Worker Initiative.

The Presenters:
Jennifer Stroschein is an editor at J. J. Keller. She joined the company 1998 after several years of industry experience in regulatory compliance.

Over the past 17 years, she has gained an in-depth, comprehensive knowledge of various government policies, practices, and regulations.

As editor - workplace safety, she provides timely, accurate information and technical support to workplace safety professionals regarding a variety of issues. Her areas of specialty include walking-working surfaces, safety incentive programs, audits and inspections, emergency eyewashes and showers, and exit routes.

Mark Stromme has been an editor at J. J. Keller since 1994. He works with OSHA construction and general industry regulations and is an authorized OSHA outreach construction trainer.

Stromme is lead editor on various Keller publications, including the OSHA Compliance for Construction Activities manual and the Construction Regulatory Update newsletter.

He also develops content for online safety training and writes numerous trade-publication articles every year. Through the Personal Assistant feature of KellerOnline, Stromme has fielded thousands of safety-related questions to help safety professionals address the challenges they face.