It seems like all our old friends are turning against us these days. Et tu, Occupational Safety and Health Administration?
In days past, OSHA’s approach to enforcement was cooperative efforts with employers, but in the past few months we’ve seen an entirely different attitude. In March 2010, OSHA selected 14,826 worksites to inspect. If a workplace safety inspector showed up at your door, would you be prepared?
The Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Management Practice Group at Fisher & Phillips LLP have put together a one-hour webinar that will help you be prepared. The webinar, “What To Do When OSHA Comes Calling: How to Legally Protect Your Rights and Effectively Handle A Surprise Inspection” covers:
- How to conduct a pre-inspection of your facility and correct any errors you find before an OSHA Compliance Officer ever sets foot on your site
- How to professionally handle inspectors onsite, and the benefits of doing so
- What NOT to say or do during the inspection
- The best ways to handle employee and management interviews and potential whistleblowers
- And more!
This webinar is free but registration is required. For additional information on the event and to sign up, click here.