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February 2018 Dinner Meeting
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2/15/2018
When: Thursday, February 15
5:30-9:00 PM
Where: Maggiano's Little Italy Restaurant Schaumburg
1901 E. Woodfield Rd.
Schaumburg, Illinois  60173
United States
Presenter: William Reynolds and Ron Pitcher
Contact: Dee Dee Bandy
(630) 359-4273


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Join your fellow CASMI members for the organization's February Dinner Meeting on Thursday, February 15, 2018, at Maggiano's Little Italy in Schaumburg, Illinois. Our featured topic is "OSHA: Avoiding Fines and Penalties". Please register online using the "Register" link above.

Registration

Up to three (3) individuals from CASMI Member Companies (Primary and Associate) can attend this meeting at no cost. Additional individuals from the same company can be registered at the rate of $50 per person. This event is only available to member companies and their employees.

 

Please select the "Register link" above for preferred, convenient online registration. Your form will pre-populate with your information, saving you time.

  • When registering attendees 1, 2 and 3, select the "2018 February Dinner Meeting - Company Attendee #1, #2, #3" option.
  • When registering attendees 4 and above, select the "2018 February Dinner Meeting - Company Attendee $50 (#4+)" option.

Questions? Contact the CASMI office at (630) 359-4273.

Schedule

  • Cocktails: 5:30 pm
  • Presentation: 6:30 pm
  • Dinner: 7:15 pm

Program Details

OSHA: Avoiding Fines and Penalties

Bill Reynolds, President
Reynolds Consulting Group

Ron Pitcher, President
Pitcher Insurance Agency, Inc.

In spite of the new administration, OSHA is still aggressive in their enforcement efforts. When it comes to CASMI members, the following are the five key areas that can quickly produce fines and penalties if OSHA knocks on your door:

  • Electronic Recordkeeping Requirements – OSHA’s system has created confusion and leaves employers now knowing if their data has been accepted. What are the realities and how to avoid problems.
  • Machine Guarding – Machines used by CASMI members pose unique machine guarding challenges. Successfully supporting your machine guarding decisions is the key to avoiding problems.
  • Lockout Tagout – The latest on how OSHA is enforcing their lockout tagout requirements in your industry.
  • Hazard Communication – OSHA is now turning their attention to the standard’s fine print. Learn what the overlooked requirements are and how to avoid fines.
  • Personal Protective Equipment – Learn what most employers overlook and how to quickly comply with the OSHA standard.

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