Effective October 27, 2018, new administrative rules for the State of Hawaii Department of Occupational Safety and Health (HIOSH) requires companies who have ten or more employees to develop a written safety and health program that satisfies HIOSH/OSHA requirements. Previously, such written programs were required only for companies with 25 or more employees.
Come hear firsthand from HIOSH how to develop an effective written safety plan – whether you’re a small employer trying to get up to speed with this new requirement or already have an existing plan you want to make sure is up to par.
About Our Speakers
Alan Yamamoto has been with the Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division (HIOSH) for the past 18-1/2 years. He spent more than 11-1/2 years with the Enforcement Branch of the Division, specializing in Occupational Health. Seven years ago, Alan moved to the Consultation & Training Branch of the Division, where he enjoys utilizing his knowledge to proactively educate and assist employers in creating a safe and healthful workplace.
Patrick Landgraf is an Occupational Safety & Health Advisor with the Hawaii Occupational Safety & Health (HIOSH) Consultation & Training Branch, where he assists businesses in identifying workplace hazards and improving their overall safety and health programs. He was an OSHA Program Specialist for the Department of Education and a Health Compliance Officer on the enforcement side of HIOSH prior to moving to the Consultation & Training Branch.
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