Preparing for OSHA's Chemical NEP Inspections

A CCPS Webinar
Originally delivered Oct 15, 2009
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This informative webinar provides an overview of OSHA's Chemical NEP, and outlines recommended proactive measures to prepare for Chemical NEP inspection. This information will assist you in making your facilities safer and in reducing your potential OSHA liability. These proactive measures focus on the lessons learned from the speakers' extensive experience with the PSM Standard and with OSHA's current National Emphasis Program for the refining industry, particularly the citation patterns, OSHA's interpretations of the PSM Standard, and its agressive use of industry standards.


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Mark S. Dreux

Mark S. Dreux is a partner of Arent Fox’s Labor & Employment practice and is a nationally recognized expert in occupational safety and health law. Mark specializes in representing employers and trade associations in all aspects of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act). His practice includes counseling clients in regulatory compliance with the standards and regulations which the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the state plans have promulgated, investigating significant workplace incidents, managing OSHA inspections, contesting OSHA citations,...Read more



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