What to do when OSHA appears: What you need to know to be prepared
What to do when OSHA appears: What you need to know to be prepared It's not a question of if OSHA may appear at your place of business, but when OSHA will appear at your place of business. Is your organization prepared to handle an impromptu visit by an OSHA Safety Officer? Do you have a plan in place on how to handle this situation? In this webinar presented by McDonald Hopkins and Three Sixty Safety, you will gain insight on the following:
What you need to know when OSHA appears at your doorstep
What can you do to be prepared
What is the economic impact to your organization
Panelists include: Michael Latiff - Michael serves as Co-Chair of McDonald Hopkins' Business Litigation Practice and is on the firm's Board of Directors. He has extensive experience as lead counsel in the litigation of significant commercial, business, construction, OSHA appeals and automotive supply chain disputes.
Jeff Mattes - Jeff is the CEO of Three Sixty Safety and brings three decades of hands-on experience to design and implementation of customized safety programs for the manufacturing, production, distribution and service industries that meet or exceed OSHA and ISO 18001 standards.
Moderated by: Mitchell Capp - Mitchell is an associate of the McDonald Hopkins' Business Litigation Practice. He focuses heavily on business counseling and litigation including start-up and entity planning, contractual counseling and disputes, corporate governance, shareholder disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, general and professional liability, risk transfer, construction liability, and intellectual property