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Event DetailsOctober 3, 2016 9:00am - 12:00pm
2219 Bee Line Hwy
DuBois, PA 15801
If OSHA were to show up at your door today, would you be prepared for an inspection? Are you certain that you are doing everything possible to minimize workplace accidents and injuries? If you are unsure or answered ‘no’ to either of these questions, this seminar is for you! Speaker, Mark Harmon, will provide answers to your compliance questions and will discuss recent changes to OSHA’s record-keeping rule. Topics to be covered include: OSHA's Record-keeping Rule – What has changed?; Help for Employers - How to comply, go beyond compliance, and improve your bottom line; and Compliance-related Frequently Asked Questions.
This seminar is for manufacturers and business owners in the DuBois, Pennsylvania area. The cost to attend is $20. This event is being hosted by the Clarion University Small Business Development Center (SBDC), part of a statewide network of small business development centers serving small business owners in the Keystone state.
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About Clarion University SBDC Presents: OSHA Compliance and Frequently Asked Questions
The Pennsylvania Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) are the only statewide, nationally accredited program that provides high quality one-on-one consulting, training and information resources to empower new and existing businesses. The SBDC program is a public/private partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and 18 universities and colleges across the Commonwealth. The Pennsylvania SBDC provides consulting services and educational programs to entrepreneurs looking to start or grow their small business. SBDC consultants work with entrepreneurs in confidential, one-to-one sessions to help them with a range of business issues including testing a new business proposition, shaping a business plan, investigating funding opportunities, and much more. Annually, 15 percent of the businesses served by the Pennsylvania SBDC are manufacturers.