Protect Your Business from Safety Violations & OSHA Penalties

he Federal Occupational Safety and Health Act is extremely broad and far-reaching – and the Act requires all employers covered by its provisions to keep their places of employment safe, and free from recognized hazards that are likely to cause death or serious harm to employees. Employers are also required to comply with all applicable occupational safety and health standards.

The presentation provides an overview of the general provisions of the Act applicable to most employers. Moreover, practical suggestions for responding and reacting to an OSHA investigation will be discussed, and recent developments will also be provided in order to further help employers avoid or minimize OSHA citations and penalties.

Watch the recording above to learn what you need to know to protect your business from OSHA penalties.

 Preventing Safety Violations


The webinar gives:

  • An overview of OSHA, and recent trends and developments
  • Reasons and triggers for an OSHA inspection
  • Potential citations and penalties
  • An overview of the OSHA inspection process
  • Practical tips for responding to an OSHA inspection
  • Employer defenses to OSHA citations and penalties

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Webinar Details

Recorded Wed., August 22
12 PM ET (9 AM PT)

About The Presenter:thomas_metzger

Thomas M. Metzger

Tom Metzger is widely-respected as a labor and employment law attorney and litigator. For nearly 20 years, he has represented private and publicly traded companies in various industries, ranging from start-up businesses to Fortune 500 companies, on cases throughout the United States. He has successfully represented clients and resolved disputes in hundreds of employment-related cases, including covenant-not-to-compete matters, employment discrimination claims and related workplace issues.

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