For immediate release.
Atlanta, GA - October 4, 2022 - As of October 2022, OSHA has conducted over 50,000 inspections compared with 24,333 inspections in FY 2021. Compared to pre-pandemic numbers, we are well above the roughly 36,000 inspections completed in 2019. Are you prepared for when OSHA shows up at your work location?
Safety Consultants USA is proud to partner with Goldberg Segalla to present a webinar addressing the importance of knowing your employer's rights and how to exercise them.
This free webinar, "How to Respond When OSHA Knocks", will be held Thursday, October 13th, 2022, from 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET.
Learn what to expect during an OSHA inspection and how to handle the entire OSHA inspection process with confidence. Michael Rubin of Goldberg Segalla and Kate Badey of Safety Consultants USA will provide practice pointers for each stage of an inspection, with an emphasis on those most important rights employers should know and exercise each step of the way.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
ATTENDEES WILL LEARN
- Business owners in all industries, managers, project superintendents, foremen, and anyone involved with occupational safety and health issues
- Your most important rights during an OSHA inspection
- What to expect during each stage of an inspection, including specific practice pointers
- What you can do today – before OSHA ever shows up – to put yourself in the best position to successfully navigate a future inspection
POST WEBINAR Q&As
Our 30 to 40 minute presentation will be followed by an interactive Q&A session. Your questions can be submitted in advance when you register for this webinar or during the program itself.
*This webinar is not eligible for CE/CLE credit.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Michael Rubin is chair of Goldberg Segalla’s national OSHA and Worksite Safety practice group. A Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Michael focuses his practice on issues involving occupational safety and health law. He advises and represents employers across multiple industries and around the country in connection with OSHA inspections, investigations, and enforcement actions. He also develops and audits safety programs and policies and counsels employers on related risk-management strategies. He has hands-on experience managing accident investigations—including those involving multiple fatalities—and regularly represents employers before, during, and after the OSHA inspection process. Michael regularly contests citations on behalf of employers and negotiates for the withdrawal and/or settlement of citations. With nearly 20 years of litigation experience, Michael is a skilled trial attorney who engages in litigation before the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission. Michael has tried multiple OSHA matters. To contact Michael, visit Goldberg Segalla.
As President and CEO of Safety Consultants USA, Kate Badey leads a team of safety professionals to help clients achieve their safety goals. Kate’s focus on client satisfaction and best-in-industry expertise allows clients to focus on their operational needs and what they do best – run their businesses. She knows clients must profitably manage their businesses, meet operational goals and drive revenue. Kate also understands they have limited time and resources to proactively manage the safety and health of their employees. Kate collaborates with Safety Consultants USA’s team of senior advisors to manage the needs of each client. She aligns each client's unique safety goals with expert advice to provide a plan that addresses each of their safety challenges. In addition, should a safety-related crisis present itself such as an OSHA audit, accident or emergency, Kate makes sure clients have a knowledgeable and responsive team to guide them. Kate has been a part of Safety Consultants USA’s success since its founding in 2008. Her vast knowledge of safety consulting and years of experience help her achieve even greater success for clients and employees. To contact Kate, visit Safety Consultants USA.