Recent Court Decisions Limiting OSHA Subpoena Powers and OSHA's Proposed Changes to its Recordkeeping Rule
(1) A recent court decision declined OSHA’s request for an employer’s safety and health documents, including internal audit documents. In this web program, we will cover:
· OSHA’s Final Policy Concerning the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Treatment of Voluntary Employer Safety and Health Self-Audits;
· The employer’s arguments that the agency’s subpoena powers should be limited;
· Understanding the court’s decision; and
· How this case impacts employers facing OSHA inquiries.
(2) OSHA's proposed revisions to its Recordkeeping Rule
· Understanding the rule changes
· How this affects employers
· Special problems with data privacy, site specific reporting, and use of data.
OSHA 30/30 webinar will be presented by Keller and Heckman's OSHA partners which includes Manesh Rath, David Sarvadi, Larry Halprin, and Peter de la Cruz.
Date: Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST
Registration fee: Complimentary
Location: Your office! This is the advantage of a webinar, absolutely no travel.
Register today, registration is complimentary, but limited, be sure to reserve your spot.