2021 OSHA Policies and Audits: Mitigating Risks, Increased Enforcement, General Duty Clause Citations
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will advise employment counsel on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) current focus and the enforcement actions and increased audits under the Biden administration. The panel will discuss the National Emphasis Program (NEP) programs to protect employees in high COVID-hazard industries from highly contagious diseases and from retaliation for raising safety health concerns with employers.
- Types of workplaces covered
- Standards established by OSHA
- All COVID-19 safety and health procedures
- Consequences of increased onsite inspections
- General duty clause citations
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- What types of employers are targeted by the NEP, and what should these employers expect?
- How can employers ensure worksites are complying with all of OSHA's COVID-19 safety and health procedures?
- As OSHA increases onsite inspections, what should employers expect?
- How should employers respond to general duty clause citations?
David E. Dubberly
Mr. Dubberly chairs the firm’s Employment and Labor Law Group. In a career of over three decades, he has built a... | Read More
Mr. Dubberly chairs the firm’s Employment and Labor Law Group. In a career of over three decades, he has built a strong track record rooted in determination and ingenuity and has become a go-to attorney for companies seeking legal counsel in compliance matters, defense of government investigations, litigation, and mediation and arbitration. Mr. Dubberly is well-versed in matters involving trade secrets; noncompete agreements; whistleblowers; Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigations; discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; wage and hour disputes; and employment, severance, and other related agreements, among others.Close
Christina M. Janice
Barnes & Thornburg
Ms. Janice represents clients in nationwide and regional employment discrimination and commercial litigation, wage and... | Read More
Ms. Janice represents clients in nationwide and regional employment discrimination and commercial litigation, wage and hour class and collective actions, and administrative complaints, whistleblower complaints, federal and state enforcement litigations, and high-profile executive and single-plaintiff civil rights and employment disputes. Her breadth of experience includes major motions, trials and appeals, as well as case investigation and fact and expert discovery including complex statistical evidence. Ms. Janice has represented clients extensively in mediation, arbitration, and in negotiating DOL compliance partnerships and EEOC and state counterpart consent decrees. Additionally, Ms. Janice counsels on a wide variety of compliance topics, ranging from domestic and international human resources matters to human resources administration best practices, performance management, executive compensation and severance, loss prevention, OSHA compliance, COVID-19 planning, to virtually all aspects of workforce integration, retrenchment, WARN compliance, and employment risk reduction incident to mergers and acquisitions.Close
Early Discount (through 05/28/21)
Cannot Attend June 23?
Early Discount (through 05/28/21)
You may pre-order a recording to listen at your convenience. Recordings are available 48 hours after the webinar. Strafford will process CLE credit for one person on each recording. All formats include program handouts.