Maintaining a safe workplace is part and parcel of running an efficient manufacturing business. No matter the size of your company or the scale of your operations, protecting the well-being of your employees should be a top priority. But, safety isn’t just an internal concern — regulatory agencies like OSHA and Cal/OSHA require workplace compliance to protect employees and employers from injury and illness at work.

During this webinar, CMTC Contractor Teddi Penewell, Owner & President of M.R.S. OSHA Safety, provides expert guidance on compliance including:

  • New classes of health & safety violations that dramatically increase liability for non-compliant written workplace safety & health programs
  • How to make appropriate system changes to meet current safety challenges while minimizing risks & losses
  • How to identify the inspection “no-brainers” or the hazards found in almost every inspection
This webinar was originally presented on September 29, 2022 at 10:00 AM PT. 

Meet the Speaker


Teddi Penewell

Teddi Penewell
CMTC Contractor

Teddi Penewell is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) with a 30‐year safety career distinguished by commended performance and previous recognition as the Safety Professional of the Year in Orange County. Teddi's focus has been to provide consultation and guidance to California manufacturers to ensure that they comply with all safety and environmental health regulations. Teddi draws from her training, education, and experience to integrate theory and practice into a common sense approach.


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