Did you know OSHA wants to visit every range by the end of 2015? Did you know that the average range fines are over $20,000?
To help shooting range managers develop safe and healthful workplaces in compliance with key OSHA regulations, NSSF will present Lead Management and OSHA Compliance Workshops on March 17-19 in St. Louis and April 7-9 in Atlanta.
Compliance violations could cost a range thousands of dollars in lost productivity, significant fines and penalties, cleanup costs and potential criminal prosecution. The cumulative effect of non-compliance could force a business to shut down.
“The ever-changing nature of OSHA regulations makes it crucial for range managers and their staffs to be informed, prepared and proactive when it comes to effectively managing a range from a health and environmental standpoint,” said Zach Snow, NSSF’s manager of shooting promotions.
In highly interactive and informative two-day workshops, attendees will hear from knowledgeable experts on topics that include:
- Case Study–Welch Group Environmental
- Environmental Protection Agency and Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- Elements of Management Safety and Health Plan
- OSHA Enforcement and Penalty Structure
- Medical Surveillance and OSHA Record Keeping
- Hazard Communication
- Best Management Practices for OSHA Compliance
- Environmental Laws and Regulations Applicable to Gun Ranges
The presenting experts have hands-on experience in the fields of environmental law related to shooting ranges, OSHA compliance and inspection, and lead reclamation and range maintenance. They will cover what can happen when a range is not in compliance, and they will provide recommended compliance strategies to protect your business for years to come.
Early bird registration for NSSF members by Feb. 25 is $350. After that date, registration for NSSF members is $399, non-members $695 and state/federal agency $350.
Space is limited to the first 50 people per workshop so sign up today! Register Here