The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is giving you 30 days to comply with all provisions of their new safety rule. Effective June 21st, it mandates you protect your staff from on-the-job risk of coronavirus infection. Just one misstep, and you’ll face violations and crushing fines.
The new OSHA COVID-19 rule is extensive and affects every aspect of daily work at your office (including vaccination tracking and vaccinated employees). Your practice must handle all these sensitive employee issues perfectly or risk huge legal and financial damages.
That’s where employment attorney and OSHA litigator, Matthew Deffebach, JD, comes in. During his 90-minute online training, Matthew will break down the new OSHA COVID-19 rule into easy-to-understand pieces and provide you a roadmap of how to compliantly implement it to protect your staff and your practice – all within the 30-day compliance deadline.
By attending this attorney-led online training, you’ll receive expert tactics to help you comply with this new OSHA COVID rule. Here is just some of the advice you’ll receive during this online training:
- Identify safety exemptions now allowed for vaccinated employees
- Compliantly track employee vaccination statuses
- Identify which employees should have input into your hazard assessment plan
- Assess what to include in your OSHA plan to mitigate virus spread
- Combat employee push back against vaccination status and tracking rules
- Incorporate the new PTO rule requirements for employees with COVID-19
- Pinpoint how the American Rescue Plan helps your practice, and use it
- Choose the best COVID-19 Safety Coordinator for your practice
- Comply with time-off rules for employees that get COVID vaccination side effects
- Implement required measures to ensure your COVID-19 data is secure
- Prioritize safety controls according to the new OSHA COVID-19 rule
- And so much more….
The new OSHA COVID-19 rules are far-reaching and affect many of the day-to-day workings of your practice – for your entire team. They also include issues your staff may find intrusive like vaccination status and tracking. It’s imperative these delicate matters are managed with strict adherence to the law. OSHA has made it clear that compliance violations will be met with very stiff legal and financial consequences.
This OSHA-attorney led online training will help you be able to easily comply with the OSHA COVID-19 rules and safeguard your practice from substantial fines and penalties. Sign up for this training today to guarantee your registration.
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Matthew Deffebach, JD is a partner at Haynes and Boone and is the chair of the firm’s OSHA and Workplace Disasters Practice Group. He assists healthcare clients to implement preventative measures to minimize OSHA claims and reduce their exposure to litigation. Matt is board certified in labor and employment law.
As an OSHA litigator, Matt has appeared in more than 30 states handling OSHA matters. He is familiar with both state and Federal OSHA program requirements. He has also successfully defended clients in OSHA administrative trials, including recent trials on PPE, Recordkeeping, and other regulatory matters.
In 2010, Law360 by Portfolio Media, Inc. named him a “Rising Star” and one of ten employment lawyers under 40 to watch. Thereafter, he received the 2013 International Law Office (ILO) and Lexology Client Choice award as the sole recipient in the Employment and Labor category in Texas. He has been recognized by Benchmark Litigation (Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC) as a “Labor & Employment Star – South (2019-2021) and a Labor & Employment Star – West (2019).
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