Attorney-Client Privilege For Safety Professionals: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You; How To Protect Your Info
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It's the moment every safety professional dreads: A call on the phone. A summons in the mail. A knock at the door from a Cal/OSHA inspector. While the details vary, one constant remains: You need the advice and counsel of your attorney, and fast.
nfortunately, by the time this dreaded moment arrives, many safety professionals have already unwittingly destroyed various legal protections available to them. Don't make this mistake.
Join us when our speaker – an attorney and safety expert – explains the practicalities of what you need to know about attorney-client privilege, and how to protect it.
- The basics of attorney-client privilege, and how it applies to you as a safety professional
- The conversations you should never have in writing – including email
- Tips for smart evidence collection and documentation procedures following a safety incident
- Why conveying negativity during an audit can hurt you down the line – and how to avoid this while still maintaining accuracy
- How to communicate with your lawyer in a way that helps you maintain maximum confidentiality in the event of a lawsuit
- Best practices for training your supervisors in investigation and evidence collection techniques
- How to gather evidence in a way that ensures it can be admitted at trial later on
- What the "chain of custody" is – and why it mattes to you as a safety professional
- Best practices that you can apply at your workplace, whether you have an in-house attorney or outside counsel
About your Speaker:
Barry S. Spurlock, Esq., CSP,has extensive experience working as a safety professional in manufacturing, insurance loss control, consulting and academia. He currently works as a loss control consultant with Midwestern Insurance Alliance and is CEO and principal consultant for Spurlock &Higgins, LLC, an occupational safety and risk management consulting firm.
Spurlock has been an adjunct faculty for Indiana University where has taught various undergraduate courses in their safety management and science degree programs. While at Indiana University, he developed one of the first credit courses on safety performance measurement to be offered at any university. He holds a Bachelor's of Science in Industrial Safety and Risk Management, and a Master of Science in Loss Prevention and Safety Administration, both from Eastern Kentucky University. He also holds a Juris Doctor from Northern Kentucky University's Salmon P. Chase College of Law.
Spurlock is an active member of ASSE and currently serves the Louisville Chapter as a past president and as chair of the Government Affairs Committee. Spurlock is a member of the American Bar Association's Trial and Insurance Practice Specialty (TIPS) and the Business Law section. He has been featured author in TIPS's Worker's Compensation and Employer's Liability periodical.
He is co-author of the book "Chomp Comp; The Small Business Guide to Lower Worker's Compensation Premiums", and is a frequent speaker at state and national safety conferences such as the ASSE PDC and the National Safety Congress
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