Cooperative Collaboration Coalition (CCC), has been presenting classes for those who are interested in starting a non-profit, has a small or rural nonprofit, to better understand the risk management, financial resources (grants), administration, volunteer management responsibilities and other aspects of running this most difficulty of business models since 2017 through Animals and Humans in Disaster CCC Department.
80% of NON-profits do not understand that under OSHA law, ANYBODY who is working "the business of the Business" can include OSHA violations, including volunteers.
Most small nonprofits do not understand the time, lawyer fees and energy involved, to face the OSHA Industrial Commission, after which, they may have to face Arizona Criminal Law for OSHA violations involving possible jail time and fine, followed by Civil Court charges that may be brought by the victim/family members. Average time/duration could be between 5 to 10 years.
We invite you to take this short questionnaire of questions that your agency would be expected to know the answers to, if an OSHA Inspector showed up at your worksite.
If you find your knowledge is lacking, you may want to take our free OSHA awareness classes providing you fill our the Manuals check list risk assessment and look over the required OSHA training for your hazards.
Quiz should take 15 minutes to complete, (copy and past is fine- you are quoting the law. OSHA Small Business Manual should take an hour to complete (minus follow up comments)
Training Manual should take under 30 minutes to review and choose training requirements to mitigate risks.
Join us for deeper teaching of these items on either July 11, 25 or August 15 at 12pm by signing up at: OSHA Classes: Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://meet.goto.com/936546389
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The Trainer is a 45 year professional in Health, Safety and Disaster, spending 25 years as a Region 9 Federal OSHA Instructor Trainer for Colleges and Universities.