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OSHA at the Door: Be Prepared
Thursday, April 20, 2023 11:00am to 12:00pm
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This event is for business Owners, Presidents, Safety/HR Personnel, Plant Management, Construction Superintendents, Project Managers, and Foreman!


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Thursday, April 20, 2023
11:00 AM Presentation
11: 45 AM Q &A
12:00 PM Available for follow-up calls

About this Webinar

Decades in the safety business have shown us that most companies are NOT PREPARED for an OSHA visit. Amidst the challenges of keeping workers safe during normal times, increased regulatory funding has added another layer of
complexity to managing safety in the workplace. Due to additional funding, OSHA increased the number of investigators which has led to a record number of inspections at all types of workplaces. What if an inspector turns up at your door? How would you handle it? It can happen anytime with no advance warning. This free webinar will help you better protect your employees and make a huge difference in how your company fares with an OSHA inspector visit.


  • Be prepared! We’ll cover why having a Safety Plan is so important.
  • Train your leadership team and key employees on how to seamlessly handle an OSHA visit.
  • Utilize best practices, avoid costly fines and handle a follow-up visit successfully.
  • Q & A with the former MNOSHA staff!

Join us for the inside track from your OECS workplace safety experts!


Kasey Clowe, CPS, is a Regional Director for the Twin Cities and Southern Minnesota regions. He previously served 20 years as Safety Director for a commercial construction company, where he was directly responsible for managing the safety and risks associated with construction projects. His projects included US Bank Stadium, Target Field, Bill Snyder Family Stadium, TCO Performance Center, Soldier Field and many high-rise buildings across the country.

Donna Hetland, CSP, is a field safety lead, responsible for providing health and safety services to clients through out ND and MN. She has 23 years in education and is CSP certified through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. Donna is serving on the Board of Directors for Tri-State Manufacturing Association. She has been a safety professional for over 20 years and has clients in agriculture, construction and general industry.


  • Andy Smoka, CHST
  • Matt Seha