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Tales from the Trenches: What Actually Happens During an OSHA Inspection?
November 9, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree
This webinar will cover all aspects of an OSHA inspection, including highlighting common pitfalls for employers, by walking through scenarios that have actually occurred in the field. OSHA is more aggressive now than ever and employers should retrain managers and supervisors on what to do when the government knocks at their door. Attend this webinar and learn:
- What rights an employer has during an OSHA inspection.
- What other inspections (besides OSHA) can be opened during this process.
- Can individual managers/supervisors be held liable?
- How can you limit the scope of the inspection?
- What happens after we receive a citation?
- The numerous steps that must be taken after an accident.
Travis Vance | Partner | Fisher & Phillips, LLP
Travis is a partner in the firm’s Charlotte office and co-chair of the firm’s Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Management Practice Group. He has tried matters across several industries and various subject matters, including employment litigation, business disputes and matters prosecuted by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). He uses unique or outside-the-box approaches to counsel employers and owners on all aspects of employment law and the development of preventive policies and procedures to avoid employment and workplace safety-related claims.
Travis is dedicated to responsive client service and forming a partnership with companies to help tackle their most difficult and high-profile issues. Having gained a reputation as a professional and aggressive advocate for his clients, Travis has emerged as a thought leader in the field of workplace safety. His writing and interviews are followed closely by experts in the safety arena and have been featured in premier publications such as Inc., Bloomberg Law, San Francisco Chronicle, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, McClatchy DC Bureau, The Washington Post, EHS Today, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal.