Someone complained to OSHA, what should we do?

First of all, don’t worry.  Pick up the phone and dial 1-877-646-4974.  Our highly trained team will put your mind at ease and help you respond the right way. Do you feel like you are backed in a corner and must take out your wallet?  Are you concerned that you might say the wrong thing?  Did you know that an inspection can follow if you don’t respond using the right words in the right way?  Years of experience are at your fingertips so don’t wait- there are statutory time-frames that you can’t miss.

Are you approved by OSHA?

OSHA does not approve any providers. Our founder is one of the only consultants that is an Authorized Trainer that also teaches courses at OSHA’s Region VIII Training Center which is where OSHA Compliance Officers go for training. The highly skilled consultants maintain all required General Industry and Construction Industry Outreach Trainer Certifications. Each one has been carefully selected to make sure they have actually had hands-on interactions with OSHA and know how to avoid unnecessary fines. Our online partners are authorized by OSHA to offer training online and have been accessed by millions of students.

 

Was that you on the radio?

Yes, we have been featured many times on the Experience Pros Radio Show and are listed in their Extreme Customer Service Directory.  We like to give back and offering free tips and advice on the radio is one way we can tell you “Thank You”.  We have also been requested by several other radio shows including Cannabis Radio and interviewed on 94.1FM the Mix.

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What training is available?

We offer training solutions for everyone from small businesses to nationwide corporations.  Call today 1-877-646-4974!

There is no “best way” to conduct training and we provide a detailed evaluation to make sure that you get the training that you need and not the additional fluff that you don’t. We find effective training often involves a combination of online and in-person training and will help you create your best consistent message.

Does OSHA even regulate the Cannabis / Marijuana industry?

You found the “go-to” company in the cannabis industry for all things related to employee safety and OSHA Compliance.

The most frequent question we receive is “Do OSHA regulations even apply?” The answer is Yes, they absolutely do! and this misconception leaves many employees in jeopardy of injury and employers in jeopardy of extremely high fines or losing their businesses.

OSHA regulations apply to every employer with one or more employees and this industry is no exception. The confusion rises because OSHA is a federally run administrative body and Congress has yet to sanction legalization. Even so, local OSHA officers have inspected and issued citations and fines at marijuana facilities. At this time, owners can and have received inspections that are derived from referrals or complaints and must anticipate an inspection should there be a fatality, catastrophe or imminent danger.

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What's your most popular type of assistance?

Virtual Assistance is the fastest way to get the information you need!  You have found our most popular level of assistance.  Although we do have a full team of consultants throughout the United States, we have found that many of our clients prefer the additional flexibility that our Virtual Assistance provides. Record your work environment with your equipment or ours.  We will review and provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to implement the OSHA regulations that are necessary to prevent injuries and avoid unnecessary fines.

Would you like custom training for orientation or annual training?  You will be surprised at how affordable we are. In addition to on-line webinars we can create an orientation package tailored to your business.  If we aren’t able to assist you, you won’t pay!  Bottom line- we are here to help you succeed so please call us and we’ll either assist you directly or refer you to the person that can. Visit our Contact page to ask a question or call directly at 1-877-646-4974!

Do you offer the OSHA 10 and 30 courses online?

There less than 7 providers nationwide that are allowed to offer the OSHA 10 and 30 Hour course online. Call us at 1-877-646-4974 FIRST and make sure that your money is going to a provider that is actually authorized (there’s a lot of fraud out there). We are fortunate enough to be able to administer this course through our partner and ensure they maintain the proper credentials so you don’t have to. We also provide onsite training, including the 10 and 30 hour courses with completion cards issued directly from The Department of Labor (OSHA).

An OSHA inspector is at my door- do I have to let them in?

Each case is different we will need more information to help you make the best decision based on your circumstances.  If an employer refuses to admit an OSHA compliance officer or if an employer attempts to interfere with the inspection, the Act permits appropriate legal action, such as obtaining a warrant to inspect.

How will I know if OSHA is going to inspect my company?

Inspections are always conducted without advance notice. There are, however, special circumstances under which OSHA may give notice to the employer, but such a notice will normally be less than 24 hours. These circumstances include the following:

  • Imminent danger situations that require correction as soon as possible;
  • Accident investigations where the employer has notified the agency of a fatality or catastrophe;
  • Inspections that must take place after regular business hours or that require special preparation;
  • Cases where notice is required to ensure that the employer and employee representative or other personnel will be present;
  • Cases where an inspection must be delayed for more than 5 working days when there is good cause; and
  • Situations in which the OSHA Area Director determines that advance notice would produce a more thorough or effective inspection.
What are current OSHA fines?

For the first time in 25 years, OSHA fines increased drastically starting in 2016.  Rates change annually so call 1-877-646-4974 for current information.

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