Recent Federal Court Decision Holding General Contractor Responsible for Subcontractor's Actions
In this program, we will discuss:Overview of facts in recent OSHA citation.Discussion of single employer test and Darden common law agency test.Understanding the employer's challenges to the OSHA citation. Explanation of the 1st Circuit's decision.What employers should do.
25 Apr 2018
Silica Rule - March OSHA 30/30
Silica Rule - March OSHA 30/30 by Keller and Heckman LLP
3 May 2016
OSHA's Recent Silica FAQs for General Industry
In this program we discuss:- Background on OSHA's silica standard- Questions and issues facing general industry about the silica - standard- Discussion of recent OSHA FAQs for general industry- Construction versus general industry- Impact of FAQs on compliance with silica standard- What employers should do
27 Feb 2019
Proving "Reasonable Diligence" Under the General Duty Clause - August 2017
In this program, we will discuss:Background on the General Duty Clause Prima facie elements of a General Duty Clause violationExplanation of reasonable diligence requirementsFacts in recent Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission caseOSHRC decision and implications for employersWhat employers should do
23 Aug 2017
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Recent Review Commission Decision Highlighting “Lack of Control” Defense
In this webinar, we discussed:Overview of facts in recent Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission case.Review of OSHA and employer's arguments.Discussion of "lack of control" over worksite defense.Analysis of Administrative Law Judge's decision.What employers should do.
22 Aug 2018
OSHA 30/30 June - Recent Criminal Prosecutions of OSH Act Violations
In this program, we will discuss: • Understanding criminal liability violations under the OSH Act• Criminal enforcement related to workplace safety• Covering recent federal criminal prosecutions• Update on recent state criminal prosecutions• What employers should do
19 Jun 2019
Forthcoming Deadline for Improved Tracking Rule (Electronic Recordkeeping) - October 2017
In this program we will discuss:Overview of recordkeeping and reporting requirements under the OSH Act.Understanding the Improve Tracking Rule promulgated in 2016.Compliance schedule and new reporting website.Discussing special compliance considerations.What employers should do.
26 Oct 2017
Potential Shift In OSHA Enforcement of Bloodborne Pathogens Standard - November 2017
In this program we will discuss:Overview of OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard;Application of Standard to waste and recycling operations;Facts in recent settlement agreement between OSHA and recycler;Terms of settlement agreement; andWhat employers should do.
29 Nov 2017
The D.C. Circuit’s Ruling on OSHA’s Silica Rule - January 2018
In this program we will discuss:Overview of OSHA's Silica Rule.Understanding challenges to the Rule.D.C. Circuit decision.What employers should do.
24 Jan 2018
OSHA 3030 November 2019
When is a Parent Company an "Employer" Under the OSH Act and Workers' Compensation Laws
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OSHA 30/30 - October 2019
OSHA 30/30 - October 2019 by Keller and Heckman LLP
23 Oct 2019
OSHA's Recent Guidelines on the Silica Standard for the Construction Industry
In this program, we discussed:Overview of requirements in silica standard for construction industry.Questions and issues facing construction industry about the silica standard.Discussion of recent OSHA FAQs for construction industry.Impact of FAQs on compliance with silica standard.What employers should do.
27 Sep 2018
OSHA's Logout/Tagout Standard Request for Information
In this webinar we discussed: - Background on OSHA's Lockout/Tagout Standard- OSHA's recent Lockout/Tagout Standard Request for Information (RFI)- How RFI responses could affect OSHA's revision of the Standard- Possible outcomes and consequences of a revised Standard- What employers should do
18 Jul 2019
OSHA's Revival of Its Site-Specific Targeting Program
In this program, we discuss:- Background on OSHA's Site-Specific Targeting Program- Overview of OSHA's Site-Specific Targeting 2016 (SST-16)- Use of electronically-submitted injury and illness data to target- What employers should do
16 Jan 2019
TSCA 3030 November “Non-Order” SNURs and New Paths to PMN Approvals
During this webinar we will discuss:Review of New Section 5(a) and 5(e) FrameworkNew Approaches to Approvals – Non-order SNURs, Polymers, Low-Risk SubstancesFuture Actions, Potential Legal Challenges and HurdlesThe TSCA 30/30 webinar will be presented by Keller and Heckman LLP's TSCA attorney Tom Berger. Keller and Heckman LLP's TSCA Chemical Control Practice Group is the leading TSCA and Chemical Control legal firm with offices around the world, Serving Business Through Law and Science®.
16 Nov 2018
Recent Review Commission Decision Clarifying Coverage of OSHA's Process Safety Management Standard
In this webinar, we discuss: - Overview of OSHA's Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard- Discussion of what is a covered "process" under the PSM Standard- Review of facts of case and Administrative Law Judge decision- Analysis of recent Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission decision- What employers should do
22 May 2019
January 2020 OSHA 30/30: Unpreventable Misconduct in Machine Guarding
January 2020 OSHA 30/30: Unpreventable Misconduct in Machine Guarding by Keller and Heckman LLP
22 Jan 2020
Recent Commission Decision Addresses Workplace Violence Using General Duty Clause
In this program, we discuss:- Background on the General Duty Clause- Discussion of the case's factual context and ALJ decision- Analysis of the Court's decision and its precedential impact- Comparison: General Duty Clause versus a Workplace Violence Standard- What employers should do
20 Mar 2019
Court Vacates OSHA Citation for Lack of Fair Notice - April OSHA 30/30
Court Vacates OSHA Citation for Lack of Fair Notice - April OSHA 30/30 by Keller and Heckman LLP
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Commission Decision Limits Scope of Section 6(a) Standards
In this program we discuss:- Overview of the facts of case and construction standard at issue.- Background on OSHA authority to set standards.- Analysis of Commission decision.- Discussion of vulnerable standards and potential impact on employers.- How employers can use this decision.
19 Dec 2018