New OSHA Rules Every Employer Should Know

What every employer should know: electronic injury reporting, drug testing, and higher penalties.

Get ready for significant new burdens under new rules issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). From new electronic reporting requirements to changes in post-incident drug testing and increased penalties for safety violations, you may need to examine your workplace policies and enact new procedures to keep your organization compliant.

Join workplace safety attorneys Sue Combs and Matt Linton for this practical look at OSHA’s new rules, including:

  • What electronic illness/injury reporting means for your OSHA record keeping requirements
  • Public access to your safety data on OSHA’s website
  • Revisions for drug testing policies to prevent claims of retaliation by employees
  • Notifying employees of their right to report safety violations without retaliation
  • Higher penalties for safety violations

Agenda: Tuesday, August 2, 2016
11:00 - 12:00 MT

Speakers: Matt Linton and Sue Combs

Location: Webinar Only

To register online please click here.

Questions? Please contact Deborah Campbell at 303.295.8503 or


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