In California, staying on top of changes to safety and health regulations and policies is one of the biggest challenges of a safety manager’s job. California is a state with an ever-changing regulatory landscape, which is further complicated by changes at the federal level that have both a direct and indirect impact on what occurs in the state.
So prepare yourself now by learning what to expect from Cal/OSHA in 2018 and how upcoming regulatory and enforcement developments will impact your business.
Join us with Rachel Conn and Traci Bernard-Marks, Associates with Nixon Peabody, as they take a close look at what is transpiring on the California health and safety scene, so you can better understand what you need to do, when you need to do it, and what you should be planning for in the future. You’ll learn how to:
About Your Presenters:
- Identify the key focus areas that Cal/OSHA will emphasize in 2018
- Evaluate the likely new and continuing regulatory actions, initiatives, administrative emphasis, and focus areas
- Evaluate personnel or structural changes that may occur within Cal/OSHA
- Assess strategies for participating in key regulatory activity
- Assess the role that Trump administration may play, especially at the federal level
- Identify and evaluate resources to help you tackle your compliance challenges
Rachel L. Conn is a member of Nixon Peabody’s Labor & Employment practice and the firm’s Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA) practice. She represents clients in both federal and state court litigation and before administrative agencies as well as providing labor and employment law advice and training to clients.
Traci Bernard-MarksTraci Bernard-Marks
Traci Bernard-Marks is a member of Nixon Peabody’s Labor & Employment practice and the firm’s Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA) practice. He represents clients in both federal and state court litigation and before administrative agencies as well as providing labor and employment law advice and training to clients.