Compliance Strategies for OSHA’s NEW Regulations

Electronic Injury Reporting, Recordkeeping, Anti-Retaliation Standard and Increased Penalties

Did you know…

  • You’ll soon be required to submit your OSHA 300 injury records electronically, which will now be publicly available?
  • OSHA fines will be increasing 80% starting August 2016?
  • The new regulations also require the development of anti-retaliation policies and reasonable procedures to report work-related injuries and illnesses?

OSHA recently published new and more stringent regulations affecting your business. Compliance dates are fast approaching, and it is important to understand the impending changes and impacts on your business.

View our recorded webinar to learn from Brent I. Clark, a seasoned litigator with over 30 years of experience defending against OSHA citations. He shares practical risk and safety management strategies to comply with the new regulations and help you reduce citation risks.