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Complying With OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements-Making Your Program Bulletproof

Webinar: ID# 1021653
Recorded CD
About This Course:
OSHA's Hazard Communication rules have changed requiring employers to examine their programs. With increased pressure to improve workplace safety, OSHA is ramping up its inspection efforts and every inspection begins with the same thing - documents.

This webinar will discuss the kinds of records OSHA requires U.S. employers to maintain; when those records must be presented to the government, employees, unions, or opposing counsel; a review of how OSHA's regulatory agenda may change recordkeeping requirements; and up-to-date information about pending challenges to the rule changes.


Overview of Recordkeeping Requirements
Illness and Injury Logs
MSDS and Chemical Information
Compliance in the Electronic Age
LLP's in California and Perhaps Beyond - OSHA's Regulatory Agenda and Other Current Events
Compliance Audits
  • Typical Scope of Audits
  • Are My Documents Privileged?
  • Supervisor Responsibilities
  • Discipline and Counseling and the Impact of a Unionized Workforce
  • Do I Need to Let the Investigator in?
Records of Safety Meetings30 Year Storage Requirement for Illness and Injury Records - They're Kidding, Right?
Issues Related to Insurance
Discovery of Records During Litigation and Employee/Union Requests to Review Documents
Compliance Tools and Tips
About The Presenters

Kathleen Pontone
  • Practice group leader for the Labor & Employment, Benefits, Immigration and Environmental Group at Miles & Stockbridge PC and a member of the board of directors of the firm
  • Represented employers in complex occupational health and safety cases brought by OSHA, including alleged willful violations in death cases and cases dealing with indoor air quality
  • Regularly provides advice to companies in the financial, manufacturing, retail, and housing industries concerning workplace safety laws and safety investigations
  • Formerly served as labor counsel at Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation in Oakland, California
  • Served as the chairman of the section on Employment and Labor Law of the Maryland Association of Defense Trial Counsel and is a member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Labor Relations Committee and their OSHA Subcommittee
  • Has been cited by Chambers USA as a leading management side employment lawyer
Tony W. Torain, II
  • Member of Miles & Stockbridge PC’s Labor & Employment Practice Group
  • Represents management in employment-related matters such as wrongful discharge, wage and hour issues, implementation of leave policies, reductions in force, workplace investigations, and discrimination
  • Represents management in traditional labor law matters, including collective bargaining agreements, unfair labor practice charges, potential strikes, and arbitration proceedings
  • Defends employers in Maryland in cases involving claims of discrimination and wage issues before federal and state courts and before the EEOC, the Department of Labor (OFCCP) and other federal, state and local agencies. Has experience in drafting Affirmative Action Plans
  • Conducts OSHA investigations, drafts IIP’s and defends OSHA cases
Complying With OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements-Making Your Program Bulletproof
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