Western Range has stepped up to become a sponsor of two National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Lead Management and OSHA Compliance Workshop for shooting range owners and operators, including the workshop slated for October 13-15 in New Orleans.

Western Range out of Grand Prairie, TX, provides a variety of services to assist shooting ranges and firearms and ammunition manufacturing companies. Their primary focus is assisting these businesses with EPA & OSHA compliance by performing OSHA mock audits and then developing health and safety programs to ensure compliance moving forward. Additional services provided by Western Range include, lead reclamation for shooting ranges; specializing in rubber bullet trap systems and overall clean-up on indoor shooting ranges.

“We are thrilled to have Western Range be a supporting sponsor two Lead Management and OSHA Compliance Workshops. We greatly appreciate their support and understanding of the importance of these workshops to our industry ,” said Zach Snow, NSSF manager of shooting promotions.

Those attending NSSF’s Lead Management and OSHA Compliance Workshop will benefit from a team of experts that has hands-on experience in the fields of environmental law related to shooting ranges, OSHA compliance and inspection, and lead reclamation and range maintenance. These experts will provide range owners and operators with recommended compliance strategies to protect their business for many years to come.

These and other questions will be answered: Should I test my staff’s blood lead levels? If so, which ones and how often? How do I properly dispose of certain products such as rags used to clean the range, pre-filters and HEPA filters? How can I recycle certain items, and what steps do I need to take when a recycler comes to pick up products such as lead, brass and filters?

Additional topics that will be covered include:

  • Case Study – Welch Group Environmental
  • Compliance
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) . . . The clock is ticking, BE PREPARED
  • 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

Learn more about NSSF’s Lead Management and OSHA Compliance Workshop in New Orleans October 13-15 by contacting Zach Snow at zsnow@nssf.org. Register on the NSSF website.

Sponsorship inquiries may be directed to Chris Tatulli at ctatulli@nssf.org or 203-426-1320 ext. 214.

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