OSHA Rules: Comply with Huge 2024 Update

Length: 60 Minutes Expert: Travis W. Vance, JD
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The OSHA rules are about to get a lot more complicated for medical practices — and if you aren’t prepared by Jan. 1, you could face significant penalties.

Starting in 2024, employers in designated high-hazard industries — including healthcare — MUST electronically submit injury and illness information to OSHA. If you want to avoid fines, audits, and complicated investigations, it’s essential that you’re prepared to send in this data without hesitation.

Make no mistake: Once OSHA investigators arrive at your door and start digging around, you can bet they’ll uncover multiple violations you didn’t even know existed. This can result in you unexpectedly paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in penalties. The best way to avoid this is to prepare NOW for the 2024 OSHA rule changes.

Fortunately, healthcare attorney and OSHA specialist Travis Vance, JD, is here to help. Travis will present a 60-minute online training specifically designed to help practices prepare and comply with the new OSHA rules. You’ll receive a breakdown of exactly how to comply and avoid costly citation penalties.

Check out just a few of the practical compliance tactics Travis will share with you during this training that will help you prepare for the new OSHA rules:

  • Master follow-up deadlines you must heed after a workplace injury or illness
  • Capture accident/illness details compliantly based on new requirements
  • Uncover your rights when OSHA shows up and wants witness interviews
  • Pin down documents you can withhold from investigators, and which ones you can’t
  • Differentiate between 300A and 300B forms to comply with OSHA rules
  • Easily navigate the injury tracking application website with thanks to expert tips
  • Prep for an OSHA inspection by following optimal documentation standards
  • Conquer OSHA recordkeeping requirements to ensure compliance by Jan. 1
  • Uncover whether your practice’s size qualifies you for immunity to new OSHA rule
  • And much, much more…

You must take action now to be ready for the updated OSHA rules that take effect on January 1, 2024. This is the only way to defend your practice against accusations of OSHA violations and avoid the ensuing penalties and fines. Don’t take a chance — once auditors and inspectors show up at your practice, it could be too late.

The expert strategies you’ll learn during this online training will set you up to master the 2024 changes to OSHA. Don’t hesitate — register today!

Meet Your Expert

Travis W. Vance
JDRegional Managing Partner, Fisher Phillips

Having spoken on three continents (including Europe and Africa) on workplace safety issues, and tried over 40 matters in 12 states, Travis Vance is a go to lawyer when defending an OSHA inspection or responding to a catastrophic event. Travis is dedicated to responsive client service and forming a partnership with companies to help tackle their most difficult and high-profile issues. Having gained a reputation as a professional and aggressive advocate for his clients, Travis has emerged as a thought leader in the field of workplace safety. His writing and interviews are followed closely by experts in the safety arena and have been featured in premier publications such as Inc., Bloomberg Law, San Francisco Chronicle, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, McClatchy DC Bureau, The Washington Post, EHS Today, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal.

Travis is a regional managing partner in the firm’s Charlotte office and co-chair of the firm’s Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Management Practice Group. He has tried matters across several industries and various subject matters, including employment litigation, business disputes and matters prosecuted by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). He uses unique or outside-the-box approaches to counsel employers and owners on all aspects of employment law and the development of preventive policies and procedures to avoid employment and workplace safety-related claims. Travis handles litigation in both federal and state courts as well as claims pending with state and federal agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), MSHA, OSHA, and the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL).

Travis has also assisted clients in safety and OSHA/MSHA matters pending in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming


The webinar was very informative and the information was well organized.
Linda Sellers
COO, McKinney Medical Center