On Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at 1 p.m. EST, join us for a webinar in Conn Maciel Carey’s 2022 OSHA Webinar Series regarding a Process Safety Update: The Latest with OSHA PSM & EPA RMP.
Eric Conn, Micah Smith, and Beeta Lashkari
of Conn Maciel Carey’s OSHA Practice Group
And Special Guest Clyde Trombettas
(former head of Cal/OSHA’s PSM Unit)
Nearly two full years in, and the Biden Administration has been making its mark in the process safety arena, rolling back the rollbacks of the RMP Rule promulgated during the Obama Administration, and dusting off the PSM reform rulemaking that had begun at that same time. The CSB has also been changing the process safety landscape with new guidance about its Accidental Release Reporting Rule and other investigation activities.
We are also pleased to announce that we will be joined by a special guest co-presenter, Mr. Clyde Trombettas. Mr. Trombettas recently-retired from Cal/OSHA as the Program Manager for Cal/OSHA’s Process Safety Management Unit. He will be providing an update regarding Cal/OSHA’s PSM team, enforcement trends, and other PSM regulatory developments.
This process safety regulatory update will:
- Review the status of OSHA’s and EPA’s process safety rulemakings;
- Discuss the data from and new guidance about CSB’s Accidental Release Reporting Rule;
- Analyze other process safety related developments at OSHA under the Biden Administration; and
- The latest with Cal/OSHA’s PSM program
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