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Webinar – What to Do When OSHA Comes Calling

Start:
September 25, 2013 10:30 am
End:
September 25, 2013 12:00 pm
Cost:
110/129/159
Organizer:
Laurie Silvey
Phone:
217-522-5512
Email:
lsilvey@ilchamber.org
Venue:
online

Taught by Attorney and Former Secretary of Labor for OSHA – Ed Foulke Register

Former Head of OSHA Reveals How to Legally Protect Your Rights and Prevent Citations and Fines in the Event of an Inspection
There is nothing like getting an insider’s perspective from someone who has been there and done that—especially when it comes to OSHA!  Clearly there are things you should be focusing on and since you are already balancing meeting your compliance obligations with maintaining production goals, it would be nice to know your rights and obligations before the government shows up at your door.
The Obama administration has greatly expanded the number of inspectors and workplace inspection.  Companies have long struggled to figure out their rights when an OSHA inspector enters their business. Would you be prepared if you opened the door today to find an OSHA compliance officer ready to inspect your business? Do you know your legal rights, what documents OSHA is entitled to and how employee interviews should be handled?
Join us for an in-depth webinar with the former Secretary of Labor for OSHA, Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., to learn how to legally prepare your company for an OSHA inspection – because it’s not a question of if, but when.
You’ll learn:
•     How to conduct a mock inspection and correct any errors you find before an OSHA
Compliance Officer ever sets foot on your site
•     A step-by-step strategy for handling an OSHA inspection – when to admit the investigators
and when to request a search warrant
•     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 interviews and whistleblowers
•      How to handle the “Document Request Form”
•      Your best legal options in the event you receive a citation

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