Employer Resource Institute Webinar
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
10:30 a.m. to Noon (Pacific)
|CD Recording Only
A federal court recently ruled that Summit Contractors, the general contractor on a college dormitory project, was liable for a hazardous work condition caused by one of its subcontractors. They may not technically be your employees, but if a contractor gets hurt on your job site -- or creates a dangerous condition that hurts someone else -- it's most definitely your problem.
Contractors are required to follow your safety program and inform you of any hazards that could potentially occur as a result of their work onsite. You also need to make sure that every contract employee knows how to safely perform his/her job and has been trained as required by the Cal/OSHA regulations.
Join us for an in-depth webinar on July 21, when you'll learn:
- How cal/osha defines "multiple employers"
- When a general contractor may -- and may not -- be cited for the safety violations of its subcontractors
- To what degree you should get involved in the management, direction, or control over your contractor's safety program
- Whether the general contractor and subcontractors need their own Injury and Illness Prevention Plan, or whether yours will cover them while they're on your property
- How the California Corporate Liability Act affects contracted activities
- How to spot-check and evaluate a contractor's ongoing safety performance, and when to require Safety Work Plans on phased projects
- Who has responsibility for management and disposal of hazardous materials used or left at your site by a contractor
About Your Speaker:
Fred Gillett is principal of Xordium, a risk control consulting firm located in Valley Center, California. Gillett has been consulting since 1985 in general liability and occupational safety and health venues across numerous industries.
Gillett's services include auditing a company's risk control management system, preparing policies and procedures for both operational and corporate operations, and monitoring safety activities through periodic inspections and performance reviews. He offers various management and employee training programs, prepares written plans, and assists in the implementation of the plans. In addition, he assures representation during Cal/OSHA compliance visits and at any appeals hearings.
This program qualifies for Continuance of Certification (COC) credit for CSPs, who will earn 0.05 COC points for attending this webinar.
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