Are you prepared to respond to an OSHA Complaint about your Company's COVID-19 Mitigation Plan? Are you prepared for an OSHA Inspection? Are you in the best position to defend yourself in a lawsuit? This session will address all of the key "requirements" that you should implement to have your Company in the best position to defend itself?
Why you should Attend
Employers are faced with varying guidance on COVID-19 from both federal OSHA and State OSHA Plans. The states are increasingly more aggressive than federal OSHA including Virginia’s recently issued Emergency Temporary Standard.
This session will help you navigate through the many guidance documents and enforcement initiatives so that you are prepared for an OSHA inspection and positioned for the possibility of a lawsuit.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Key elements of COVID-19 Mitigation Plan
- Assessment of risk
- Development of Control Measures
- Use of face coverings
- Use of barriers
- Use of Contact Tracing/OSHA Recordability/Reporting
- State v. Federal Enforcement
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.