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Managing OSHA Inspections To Avoid Citations And Harm To The Business

Webinar: ID# 1020348
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OSHA has changed the rules and increased employer exposure related to OSHA inspections. A lack of manpower and many competing priorities are the only reasons that employers are not seeing more six-figure OSHA citations.

An employers' first priority is to protect their workers, but the employer must also comply with thousands of OSHA standards.

This webinar will focus on the effects of OSHA's weighted inspection process, new injury reporting obligations, and emphasis on an entire company, rather than only one job site.

This class will also focus on managing inspections associated with certain industries on which OSHA focuses and on issues such as ergonomics, workplace violence, and industrial hygiene issues.

Agenda

The Administrations Eight Year Effort
  • Focus on Entire Companies
  • Severe Violations Program and Large Repeat Citations
  • Expansion of OSHA's Standards' Effects Without New Standards or Legislation
Changes in OSHA's Inspection Process
  • Weighted Inspections
  • Temporary Employee Usage
  • New Reporting Requirements
  • Whistle-Blowers
Focus on Certain Safety Areas
  • Ergonomics
  • Workplace Violence
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Lockout and Guarding
New Industry Focuses
  • Distribution and Logistics
  • Retail
  • Poultry
  • Hospitals and Healthcare
  • Certain Manufacturing
  • Oil and Chemicals
Responses and Strategies
About The Presenter

Howard A. Mavity
  • Attorney with Fisher & Phillips LLP
  • Thirty-one plus year management attorney who has handled more than 525 workplace fatality cases
  • Has been associated with the defense of corporate campaigns and parallel inspections
  • Quoted and published more than 50 times in the last year, including in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Forbes
  • Founded and manages the Fisher & Phillips Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Management Practice Group in its 32 offices
  • Involved in cutting-edge issues, including combustible dust, ergonomics, workplace violence, and expanded application of OSHA’s 5(a)(1) General Duty powerst
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