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OSHA And ADA Regulations With Heat Related Illnesses

Webinar: ID# 1024048
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About This Course:
This webinar will provide you with information on heat related illnesses and liability issues. You will learn practical applications that can be applied to your daily business.

The material will cover heat illness workplace risks and OSHA heat illness prevention programs, OSHA citations for failure to implement a heat illness prevention program, management responsibility to reduce the risk of heat exposure, employee health conditions that could put an employee at risk, employee ADA heat illness concerns and the best manner to respond to a heat illness emergency.

Agenda

OSHA
  • Interpretations
  • Comments of Area Directors
  • Enforcement Examples
ADA
  • EEOC Guidelines
  • Comments From EEOC
  • Case Examples
Workers Compensation
  • Special State Laws
The "Other Pole," Extreme Cold
Policy Changes Under Trump Administration
About The Presenters

Erik Eisenmann
  • Partner in the office of Husch Blackwell
  • Practices in labor and employment, litigation, safety and health and manufacturing
  • Co-presenter, "Nothing Stays the Same: New Challenges for Wisconsin Employers," Lorman Education Services webinar, December 2015; presenter, "Stepping Up To The Plate: Conducting Effective Internal Investigations," WHD Annual Human Resources Law Conference, November 2015; co-wrote, "Breaking News: Department of Labor Proposed Rule Doubles White Collar Exemption Salary Requirement," WHD Special Report, July 2015 and was a co-presenter, "Quickie Union Elections Are Coming: Are You Ready?," WHD's HR Executive Discussion Series, March 2015
  • Co-wrote, "Federal Court Decision Provides New Guidance for Employers Considering Wellness Programs", WHD Special Report, January 2016, wrote, "OSHA Penalties Set to Skyrocket: Are You in Compliance?," WHD Special Report, December 2015, Wisconsin Law Journal, January 2016, Daily Reporter, January 2016; co-wrote, "Sign or Be Fired: Changes to Wisconsin's Non-Compete Law," WHD Special Report, May 2015 and co-wrote, "Employees Now Have a Right to Use Employers’ Email to Organize a Union," WHD Special Report, February 2015
  • American Bar Association/Bureau of National Affairs Award for Excellence in Labor & Employment Law and Wisconsin Super Lawyers, "Rising Star," 2012-2016
  • J.D. degree, with high honors, George Washington University Law School; B.A. degree, with honors, University of Wisconsin
Joshua B. Levy, Esq.
  • Partner in the office of Husch Blackwell, co-lead, Construction & Design Practice
  • Practices in construction transactions and litigation and employment law
  • Co-presenter, "The Importance of Accurate and Effective Construction Contracting from Bid to Close Out," HalfMoon Education, Construction Law Seminar, February 2016; co-presenter, " Protecting the Owner and the Project: Insurance and Bonding Issues in Con-struction," HalfMoon Education, Construction Law Seminar, February 2016; co-presenter, "HR Boot Camp," Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. 2016 Human Resources Conference, October 2016; presenter, "Employee Record Retention Obligation," Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. 2016 Human Resources Conference, October 2016; presenter, "How to Keep Exempt Employees Exempt: What You Need to Know About the New FLSA Overtime Regulations," Construction Financial Management Association, Milwaukee Chapter, October 2016; co-presenter, "Achieving Success in an Industry Full of HR Regulatory Risk", 2016 Legal Update; Legal Update Roundtable; "HR Boot Camp 101"; and "HR Boot Camp 201," Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. 2015 Human Resources Conference, October 2015; presenter, "Legal and Strategic Concerns with Construction Contracts," Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Emerging Leader Session Risk Management, September 2015
  • Co-wrote, "Curb Discovery Costs With a Tailored Arbitration Clause," Construction Executive magazine, January/February 2017; co-wrote, “7 Things to Consider Before Taking Your Show on the Road,” Construction Business Owner, September 2016
  • The Best Lawyers in America, Construction Law, 2017
  • J.D. degree, University of Wisconsin Law School; B.A. degree, Colorado College
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