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The Safety Consultant Podcast with Sheldon Primus is your weekly guide to starting or growing a profitable occupational safety and health consulting business. Do you feel that your knowledge would be better served, if you are your own boss? Your knowledge can help more people improve their workplace safety. Most of what you know may be wasting in a job that limits what you can do for the overall health and safety of workers. Now is the time to start your own safety consulting business! Continue Reading >>
The Safety Consultant Podcast with Sheldon Primus is your weekly guide to starting or growing a profitable occupational safety and health consulting business. Do you feel that your knowledge would be better served, if you are your own boss? Your knowledge can help more people improve their workplace safety. Most of what you know may be wasting in a job that limits what you can do for the overall health and safety of workers. Now is the time to start your own safety consulting business! << Show Less
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The Return of Allen Woffard: A Mind in Constant Motion Part 2 Keywords: Sheldon Primus, Allen Woffard, OSHA, US Government, Safety Consulting, consulting, marketing, podcast, podcast host, hosting, essential oils, CBD, wine, EHS, safety and health, Safety FM, OSHA training, OSHA compliance, EHS professional, Hazwoper, hazard communication, hazardous materials, COSS, COSM, Alliance Safety Council, OSHA Authorized Trainer, OSHA Authorized, 10 hour construction, 10 hour general industry, Facebook Groups, Marketing, EventsHave a question or feedback about Safety Consultant with Sheldon Primus. Record an audio message https://s.bcast.fm/safetyconsultant?episode=1839pmm8
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The Return of Allen Woffard: A Mind in Constant Motion Part 2 Keywords: Sheldon Primus, Allen Woffard, OSHA, US Government, Safety Consulting, consulting, marketing, podcast, podcast host, hosting, essential oils, CBD, wine, EHS, safety and health, Safety FM, OSHA training, OSHA compliance, EHS professional, Hazwoper, hazard communication, hazardous materials, COSS, COSM, Alliance Safety Council, OSHA Authorized Trainer, OSHA Authorized, 10 hour construction, 10 hour general industry, Facebook Groups, Marketing, EventsHave a question or feedback about Safety Consultant with Sheldon Primus. Record an audio message https://s.bcast.fm/safetyconsultant?episode=1839pmm8
The Return of Allen Woffard: A Mind in Constant Motion [00:00:02] spk_0: this episode is powered by safety FM. Welcome to the safety consultant podcast. I am your host, Sheldon Primus. This is the podcast where I teach you the business of being a safety consultant and we talked about ocean compliance and a whole bunch of other stuff. So first I want to thank you for being part of the show listening. And if this is your first time welcome and I want to invite you to go ahead and subscribe, you're gonna like it. Listen to some of my other episodes and you're gonna really like this one will help you. For those of you have been listening for a while. Just go ahead and subscribe. You know, you want to hit that little button and you know, are going rule if you've been on the show before, but if not in your new, I'll tell you are going rule is if you're driving, you can't do that, you're gonna listen to this twice, you're gonna listen to it one time while you're driving, Get a feel for what I'm saying and then the next time when you're going to do action, that's when you're going to listen. That's what this show is for and get you guys to do action. So go ahead. Hit that subscribe button when you're in a nice safe location. Another thing that I would love for you to do is if you can just go ahead and rate this on whatever service you're listening to and do a comment. That would be also for me it's a great way to show that you support your show. And I also would like to just one more ask would you share this with a friend that be so awesome. So it doesn't cost you a dime to do any of that stuff and it'll be really good for me. I appreciate it. This week I've got someone really special. I've got a person that I really hold dear and near to my heart and his name is Alan Woolford. Allen is an actual like just a gem of a person. He's done quite a bit. I mean expert, well he's a veteran veteran veteran and as well as he is the sheriff, he worked in the Department of defense as a contractor in Alaska. He's done all kinds of stuff. I mean truly Allen is a wonder all the things that he does but he is a good man and a former student. He took my certified occupational safety specialist class back in 2013 maybe in Nashville Tennessee at the time. So we will talk a little bit about that course. Alan after that got into consulting himself and he was one of the very first people to take my safety consultant blueprint course. I believe he was either number one or number two if you wanted to see that course go to safety consultant blueprint dot com but he honestly has been in my life for quite a while and I'm really appreciative of him. So we did an interview together where we interview each other and it was on his show and then one was on my show and I just want to give you a little disclaimer during the interview, some of you may know that I am a full time our view and being a full time our view uh my walls are thin so it started raining and so this is what happened. I captured my actual rain sound and I put it on my board. So um I'm gonna go ahead and play this for you so you can get a good idea of what it is. So the sound is really quick but you're gonna hear this in the background in the interview. So when you hear that sound, that's actually me at my place in where we were at the time in Georgia and the rain was coming down. So uh please, during the time period it wasn't long. I did my best to meet myself when I wasn't talking. But when you're talking you're going to probably hear that in the background. Right? So just let that go. It's okay. Just let that go. But I did my best, I did some editing. I did my best to get that off because the message was so good. Alan is like truly one of these people and his website is mind and constant motion and his mind is in constant motion. It's dizzying and the man is just fun. I mean if you were to look up fun in the dictionary that is a picture of Alan and fun, smart and he is truly one of these people that has transcended where you're just thinking of a safety officer or a safety trainer. He reaches his people, he attributes a lot to me and I thank him for that. But I may have given him just a colonel or maybe planted a seed, but he ordered it. He developed it with hard work and then he also delivered it. So that's all him. So I would just like to introduce the world again to the mind that I call just brilliant. He says it's in the constant motion. You also may have heard him on his podcast called Diary of a bald man and is dragging up series and we talk a little bit about that. I broke this episode into two parts. So you're going to hear part One today and by the end of the week I'm going to finish my surgery on the other half of the interview and try to get away from this and go ahead and give you guys another part of the interview by the end of the week. Okay, so I want to thank everybody for listening. Uh and I release it today on july 27th 2000 to 22 2000 to 2022 because it's my birthday. So here's a birthday surprise. I'm going
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Utilizing Regulator Compliance Letters for Client Services Keywords: Safety Consultant, Consulting, Sheldon, Primus, Sheldon Primus, Safety FM, EHS, Health and Safety, OSHA, OSHA Compliance, CSHOs, Regulation, US government, Global EHS, Government, agencies, Health and Safety, Joe Biden, America, American regulations, democrats, republicans[00:00:07] spk_0: this episode is powered by safety FM.[00:00:16] spk_1: Mhm. Welcome to the safety consultant podcast. I'm your host, Sheldon Primus this podcast where I teach you the business of being a safety consultant, also review some safety and health. Yeah, just topics, industry things, stuff to keep our chops up because we're safety. Welcome. Welcome to another episode. And I'm so glad that you guys have been here with me. We're rounding into the 200 episode mark since I'm a weekly show in that daily. It takes me a little longer to hit those milestones. So, but we're getting close this year. Should be in, should get into that. That'd be awesome. Wow. I am going to go over something this week that I I think I have went over before, but maybe not as much detail this week. We're gonna talk about the national emphasis programs of local emphasis programs and compliance letters in general. And the angle that we're going to use for this one is this is information for you. We're going to seek this out as information and we're going to glean as much information as we can get for product and services from the national emphasis programs, local emphasis programs, regional local emphasis programs, whatever they are. Mm So we're going to show you that. And by we I mean me, I am just me. I had to get away from the we a long time ago and here I'm going back to it. So what I do want to say though is if you have not subscribed to the podcast historically speaking and scientifically speaking, most people will be listening to the show and have not subscribed to the actual podcast. So wherever you're listening to me at just go ahead and subscribe to this podcast, it'll be awesome. And it means a lot, especially if you share it with some friends and write a review that be so good. It would help me so much. It's free to you and it's going to be so helpful to me. Those three steps help grow the show. So thank you. Thank you a lot. I appreciate it. That's the kind of guy I am because I do appreciate that. So let's get into the show. So this is going to be an episode where I'm going to talk to you a lot about. I just really wanted to help you with your chops, help you with some of the things that you really should know should understand as a safety consultant that's going to help you. I'm going to do this through the eyes of ocean in the U. S. Bayside. However, I'm sure for the country you're in, if it has a formal regulatory agency for safety and health, there's gonna be some rules that the compliance officers will have to look for themselves and do themselves and usually that's going to be housed in some sort of documentation. So it's easier for the agency to train people and also for defensible information. So you could go back and say this is what was required of me by law And this is what the compliance officer did not see. So it's a playbook of sorts. So for OSHA, that playbook is housed in two major places. One will be the preamble to the laws and the preamble. Zor the pathway that the laws took in order for them to get into the federal register to be housed there and to be canonized if you will or codified into the rules. That's where you get your parts and construction 1926, industry 1910 and OSHA standards and so on and so forth. Right? So in order to get there, it goes through some processes. Some steps to preamble is where that's going to be housed. The other thing is going to be the compliance letters that you're going to be able to see and get a good understanding and the compliance letters is a set of rules and just it outlines how a compliance officer should do their job when they're inspecting this specific thing. So first, OSHA has really, um, to understand OSHA, they're a reactionary by nature. However, they do do some proactive ideas and proactive things for safety and health or at least encourage that. But for the most part, as an entity of enforcement, sometimes by nature. They have to be reactive because you can't regulate something that someone doesn't do. So you need the action. So the action is going to lead to you doing a regulation after an action. So you're a reactionary agency at that point they do have again some proactive things that you could see that OSHA has put in part for compliance assistance which is great but not just compliance assistance. They're actually looking for uh welcome for your clients and for your companies and everything else. You're not looking just for compliance assistance. You're looking to go beyond that. But for the talk that we're going to do today, we're just thinking of how are you going to understand the regulator's role on what they're going to do when th
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