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
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