Update on OSHA’s Recordkeeping Reporting Requirements
Join Fisher Phillips attorney Todd Logsdon and other panelists from Bloomberg Environment and Eastern Kentucky University as they explain OSHA’s 2016 rule on recording and reporting workplace injuries and illnesses, as well as recent changes to the rule. These experienced professionals will examine the use of incentive programs and post-accident drug testing and discuss how these can be used in the workplace without running afoul of the rule’s prohibition against retaliation.
- Understand OSHA’s requirements for recordkeeping and reporting of workplaces injuries and illnesses, including a look at how the requirements may change in the near future
- Know the agency’s requirements for employers to avoid retaliating against employees who report injuries or illnesses, including the use of incentive programs
- Learn the role of post-incident drug testing and whether and how drug tests may be used without running afoul of OSHA requirements
Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Executives, consultants, facilities managers, and legal professionals within the occupational safety and health fields as well as human resource managers, service providers, and consultants.
Todd Logsdon, Partner, Fisher Phillips
Barry Spurlock, Assistant Professor, Eastern Kentucky University
Fatima Hussein, Reporter, Bloomberg Environment
Charlotte Tucker, Writer/Editor, Bloomberg Environment
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