Best Practices for Handling OSHA Inspections

23 Apr , 2024

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This program will discuss who should be involved in an OSHA inspection, strategies when dealing with OSHA during an inspection including document production and important considerations on how OSHA citations and settlements can be used in collateral litigation and/or as a basis for future repeat and willful citations.

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