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February 14, 2013

NSSF Lead Management and OSHA Compliance Workshops for Range Operators

Range Owners — BEWARE!
OSHA inspections are on the rise; resulting in heavy fines for shooting range operators. Knowledge and Lead Best Management Practices are key to defending your business!
Prepare Today

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
  • Compliance
  • 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

Learn more about these workshops and register online.

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