Don't Get Buried By Whistleblower Complaints: Prevent OSHA Involvement
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
OSHA seeks to protect whistleblowers as they step up enforcement of the 21 protections and increase inspections. But what of employer rights and protection? Whether claims are legitimate or frivolous, OSHA won't protect you - but you can protect yourself. How can you navigate the protection programs, understand employee and employer rights, and successfully defend yourself against claims? Join us for this expert-led, 60-minute webinar to discover:
How OSHA protects employees that file a complaint
Employers' rights when a claim has been made against them
Legal do's & don'ts every employer needs to know
How to manage a claim once one is made against you
Whistleblower Programs: What Employers Need to Know
Overview of OSHA's whistleblower programs
What is considered "protected" activity?
Additional statutes protecting employees
Preventative measures to avoid discrimination claims
Keys to Understanding OSHA Inspections & Claims Investigations
What triggers an OSHA inspection of a complaint?
Retaliation claim investigations: What OSHA looks for
How employers are required to handle complaints
Discrimination Claims: Best Practices & Guidelines for Employers
Recommendations for responding to a claim
What are your rights as an employer?
Potential remedies for discrimination claims
Live Question & Answer Session - Get specific answers to your questions!
About The Speaker
Adele L. Abrams, Esq., CSMP is a nationally recognized authority on Occupational Safety and Health law. She represents employers in OSHA and MSHA litigation and provides training and safety consultation.
Ms. Abrams is a frequent author on safety, health and legal compliance issues, including writing columns in "Modern Contractor Solutions" and "Pallet Central" magazines, articles in "Professional Safety" and "Compliance," writing for ASSE publications and co-authoring several books including the widely reviewed "Construction Safety Management and Engineering".
Ms. Abrams is a regular presenter at prestigious safety conferences like the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), where she specializes in providing real-world solutions to real-world problems.
OSHA is stepping up investigation of whistleblower claims made by employees. In this 60-minute program learn your employees' protected rights, your rights as an employer, and what to do if a claim is made against you.