Star Trek Client Seminar - OSHA In 2014: Boldly Going Where No Federal Agency Has Gone Before


In This Presentation:

- OSHA Targets Automotive Industry

- OSHA’s SHARP Program

- SHARP Certification Requirements

- OSHA Says Union Reps Can Represent Non-Unionized Employees During Inspections

- Possible Defenses…

- OSHA Focuses on Temps

- What is OSHA Looking For?

- Captain’s Log

- New Whistleblower System

- Proposed Rule: Public Disclosure of Injuries

- Proposed Rule: Enterprise Reporting and Relief


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Topics:  Automotive Industry, Disclosure Requirements, Employer Liability Issues, OSHA, Star Trek, Unions, Whistleblowers, Workplace Injury

Published In: Construction Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Products Liability Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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