This webinar on Cal/OSHA Enforcement and Defenses will cover the recent changes in the law, specifically the four most significant developments in Cal/OSHA enforcement and defense that will have an impact in 2015.
Why Should You Attend:
Employers in the state of California are generally aware of the unique challenges posed by Cal/OSHA, which has distinctive standards substantially different from federal OSHA rules, more frequent inspections, more serious citations, and much higher penalties for violations than any other state or federal OSHA.
However, many California employers are not aware of recent changes in Cal/OSHA enforcement.
This webinar will cover the four most significant developments in Cal/OSHA enforcement and defense that will have an impact in 2015: AB 2774 with respect to serious citations, multi-employer citations, Injury and Illness Prevention Program standard as a general duty to prevent accidents, and proposed expedited appeals of unabated violations.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
The following general topics will be covered in this webinar:
To equip employer personnel with responsibility for OSHA compliance with the most up-to-date information on Cal/OSHA enforcement practices.
The webinar will include examples of forms, documents, photographs, and links to sources of standards and other inspection-related information.
Who Will Benefit:
Participants who will find this webinar particularly useful are
The webinar's content and presentation are directed to non-environmental professionals and lawyers, like managers, facility managers, and others, but safety professionals, consultants, insurance loss control advisors, and attorneys not practicing OSHA law will find tricks of the trade and strategies described in the webinar useful.
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
James T. Dufour, MS, JD, CIH is an attorney with a background in environmental management and industrial hygiene and workplace safety with more than 3 decades of experience, including private law practice since 1987 effectively representing clients in federal, California, and other state OSHA appeals and administrative, civil and criminal environmental cases. Recognized as a proficient strategist, his preventive and post-enforcement cost-effective compliance/clean-up plans have been highly regarded by clients, regulators, and judges. (www.dufourlegal.com)
He also has devised corporate regulatory compliance programs in response to new standards and regulations for corporations and trade association membership, including compliance manuals on OSHA and environmental compliance topics published by the California Chamber of Commerce and other trade groups, including the best selling Injury & Illness Prevention Program Compliance Manual (first edition – 54,000 copies), Cal/OSHA Basics and Written Programs, OSHA Compliance in 10 Practical Steps, Proposition 65, and the California Environmental Compliance and Hazardous Waste Handbooks.
James also has instructed thousands of participants in seminars and webinars sponsored by Dufour Seminars & Training, corporate and association clients, and webinar producers since 1986.