Effectively responding to a workplace crisis requires an understanding of what people need from management and how to provide it.
In this discussion, attendees will learn first-hand experience about emergencies, as well as an understanding of how to deal with a crisis from both legal and OSHA perspectives.
Todd B. Logsdon, Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP
Todd Logsdon is a Partner in the Louisville office of Fisher & Phillips LLP, and co-chairs the firm’s Workplace Safety & Catastrophe Management Practice Group. He represents employers in a variety of forums, including state and federal courts and before administrative agencies. Todd obtained his undergraduate degree from Murray State University, as well as his graduate degree in Occupational Safety and Health, and his law degree from the University of Louisville. He is a member of the American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section, Occupational Safety and Health Committee, as well as the Indiana, Kentucky and Louisville Bar Associations. Todd is admitted to practice in Kentucky and Indiana state courts, the federal courts of the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky, the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Todd accrued many years of practical experience prior to beginning his legal career working in manufacturing with responsibilities for Human Resources and Safety. Todd represents and advises employers exclusively on a variety of labor and employment topics, with a particular emphasis on OSHA issues including contesting and litigating OSHA citations, representing employers during OSHA inspections/investigations, OSHA compliance audits and providing OSHA compliance advice, defending whistleblower/retaliation claims, as well as discrimination, FMLA, wage and hour, and covenants not to compete.