Top 5 OSHA Issues to Track in 2017 [Webinar Recording]

On January 25th, attorneys from Conn Maciel Carey’s national OSHA Practice Group presented a webinar regarding OSHA’s 2016 in Review and the Top 5 OSHA Issues to Track in 2017.

The ball has dropped, the top-5-osha-issues-for-2017-cover-slideconfetti has been swept out of Times Square, and 2016 (and the Obama Administration) is in the books.  It is time to look back at the year and take stock of what we learned from and about OSHA over the past year.  More importantly, the question on everyone’s mind (well, maybe just ours), is what can we expect from OSHA in the first year of the Trump Administration?

This webinar event reviewed OSHA enforcement, rulemaking and other developments from 2016, and forecast the Top 5 OSHA Issues employers should monitor and prepare for in the New Year and the new Administration.

Participants learned the following:

  • 2016 OSHA enforcement data and trends and rulemaking achievements
  • Important OSHA developments from 2016
  • Major OSHA rulemaking and other developments to expect during the Trump Administration’s inaugural year
  • Other significant OSHA policy issues to watch out for in the New Year

Here is a link to a recording of the webinar.

This was the first webinar event in Conn Maciel Carey’s 2017 OSHA Webinar Series.  Plan to join us for the remaining complimentary monthly OSHA webinars.  Click here for the full schedule and program descriptions for the 2017 series, and/or to register for the entire 2017 series, click here to send us an email request, and we will get you registered.

Our next webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, February 8th at 1:00 PM ET, when my colleagues Kate M. McMahon and Micah Smith will present: “OSHA’s Slips, Trips and Falls Rule Gets a Facelift.” Click here for more information about that event and to register.2017-webinar-series-logo

If you missed any of our webinars from the 2016 or 2015 OSHA Webinar Series, here is a link to Conn Maciel Carey’s Webinar Archive.

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