MSA | Safety Network: OSHA Record Keeping

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MSA | Safety Network: OSHA Record Keeping

Date: November 6, 2018
  • 7:00 am - 9:00 am
Location: Midland Hills Country Club
Please See Registration Link Below


6:45 - 7:00am Check-in / Buffet Breakfast                     
7:00 - 9:00am Presentation

FREE event for MSA Members Only


Mike Music
CSP, ASP, Safety Consultant
Marsh & McLennan Agencies

Mike Music has been able to use his passion for safety to help his clients develop their safety culture. He does so by assisting them to reduce injuries, mitigate risk and alleviate employee issues and concerns related to safety. He works closely with the management teams of his cleints to build relationships of trust and thrives on know that he makes a difference in their professional lives and their organization.
He focuses on analyzing company processes and ensuring that all necessary safety considerations have been taken into account. His end goal is to create a
self-sustaining culture of safety within his client’s organizations.
Having worked for OSHA, Mike is uniquely positioned to help clients understand compliance issues but also helps his clients understand that compliance is the bare minimum and that to have a truly safe workplace, they have to do more. Mike enjoys teaching and educating his clients on how to make their workplaces safer for all employees. In addition to his time at OSHA, Mike’s varied professional safety experience also includes industrial hygiene, ergonomics, risk identification, and safety committee development.
Mike is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE). Mike has earned his Associate Safety Professional (ASP) designation and his Certified Safety
Professional (CSP) designation.


Have you heard about the recent changes surrounding OSHA recordkeeping? During this session, Mike will discuss the changes to the regulations and action steps you need to take to remain compliant.  Topics will include:
  • OSHA online recordkeeping submission,
  • OSHA inspections & contesting citations,
  • Sub-Contractor obligations during an OSHA inspection,
  • OSHA  fines are on the rise,
  • OSHA injury reporting.”

Thank you to our Safety Network Sponsor