OSHA Trilogy – Inspections/Investigations and Minimizing Liability in Nevada

Feb 20, 2018

  • PART I
    February 22, 2018
    7:00 am - 9:30 am
    March 15, 2018
    7:00 am - 9:30 am
    March 29, 2018
    7:00 am - 9:30 am

Snell & Wilmer invites you to attend an informative three-part OSHA series, which is designed to help ensure a safety program is free from flaws. Each seminar will build upon the previous one.

PART I – OSHA Hot Topics and the Impact of the Trump Administration
February 22, 2018

Key issues covered

  • Current changes under Nevada OSHA
  • New statutory or regulatory changes at OSHA
  • Changes in OSHA under the Trump Administration

PART II – What Are an Employer’s Rights and Responsibilities?
March 15, 2018

Key issues covered:

  • When can OSHA inspect a work area?
  • What rights does an employer have during an OSHA inspection?
  • Must all employees submit to an OSHA interview?
  • What are the unique issues arising out of a multi-employer worksite?
  • What documents does OSHA want to review and when must they be produced?

PART III – What Can Be Done to Minimize OSHA Liability?
March 29, 2018

Key issues covered:

  • What evidence does OSHA need to prove a case?
  • Do safety materials need to be in Spanish?
  • How often should an employer conduct job site safety audits?
  • What are the defenses to OSHA citations?
  • What is needed to comply with the unpreventable employee misconduct defense?
  • Is the unpreventable employee misconduct defense available if a supervisor is the guilty party?

About the Presenter

Chuck Keller practices in the areas of OSHA and MSHA litigation. Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® (2009-2018) in Construction Litigation, Mr. Keller regularly represents and counsels employers across the United States regarding all aspects of occupational safety and health law, including mine safety law. He represents clients in Federal OSHA and MSHA issues across the country and represents clients in OSHA state plan states, with emphasis in Arizona, California and Nevada. He is a frequent speaker on current OSHA-related issues facing employers. You can visit www.OSHAlawyer.net for more information.

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