There is no rule or regulation that directly addresses the recordability of COVID-19 cases.
This session will teach you how to understand OSHA’s present guidance on the recordability of COVID-19 cases, as well as apply existing OSHA recordkeeping regulations and interpretations to help with these determinations.
Why you should Attend
OSHA has issued less than helpful Guidance for employers to follow in determining whether to record COVID-19 cases.
This session will help you better understand the recordkeeping analysis when determining whether to record COVID-19 cases and will provide you with instruction on how best to document your decision making.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Determining whether an exposure to COVID-19 has occurred
- Determining whether such exposures are work related
- Examining employees' exposures away from work
- Reporting COVID-19 cases to OSHA
Who Will Benefit
- Safety Managers
- Facility Managers
- Risk Managers
- HR Managers
- In-house Attorneys
- Business Owners
William (Bill) Principe is OSHA Practice Group Co-Chair in Constangy Brooks Smith & Prophete LLP. He focuses his practice on occupational safety and healthy regulatory issues. He works with companies on compliance with both federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and state safety and health regulations.
Before joining Constangy, Bill was an attorney with the occupational safety and Health Review Commission in Washington, D.C.
His Honors & Recognitions includes best Lawyers in America (2017-2018) & Chambers USA Guide.