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Webinar: How to Survive an OSHA Inspection

Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
How to Survive an OSHA Inspection

OSHA will be much more active in the Biden Administration. In addition to President Biden’s plans to double the number of inspectors, the agency is expected to also increase the number of inspections and reinstate its policy of “shaming” employers into compliance.

The ability of employers to properly respond to OSHA inspections can make the difference between an uncomfortable exercise, and a costly experience resulting in large penalties and severe, reputational damage. Many employers are totally unprepared to properly handle an OSHA inspection. Despite an employer’s best efforts to provide a safe and healthy workplace, inspections can occur following employee complaints and serious, work-related injuries. The workshop will detail actions employers can take before, during, and after the OSHA inspection to limit financial and reputational damage. Participants will also learn about the emergency, temporary COVID-19 standards the administration ordered OSHA to promulgate by March 15. Once published, it’s expected the agency will drastically increase the frequency of inspections to identify COVID-19 related hazards in the nation’s workplaces. Don’t wait until your workplace is inspected to learn your rights and limit the potential damage from an OSHA inspection. 


Practice Group Leader / Horton Safety Consultants

Gary Glader is the Practice Group Leader for Safety. Since 1991, Horton’s professional safety consulting team provides consulting services to a growing number of construction, manufacturing, public entity, and transportation entities. 

 With 15 full-time safety professionals on staff, Gary’s role has shifted from safety practitioner to leader and mentor. “Without question, the most satisfying part of my job is working with and developing the younger safety consultants on our team. Safety is a people-oriented business, and our success depends entirely on motivating everyone involved to make the right choices and decisions.” 


Material posted on this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a legal opinion or medical advice. Contact your legal representative or medical professional for information specific to your legal or medical needs.

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