Start Date: 1/25/2018 10:00 AM End Date: 1/25/2018 11:00 AM

WEBINAR: Multi-Employer Worksite Violations & OSHA General Duty Clause

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Time:   10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Topic:   Multi-Employer Worksite Violations & OSHA General Duty Clause

Presenter:   Mark Lies, II, Partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP

This webinar will address the importance of recognizing safety hazards on multi-employer jobsites, who is the liable party if there is a violation, and how contractors can help protect themselves against being liable both at the jobsite and in the office.

The OSHA General Duty Clause is a liability “catch-all” that allows OSHA to cite employers who fail to keep their places of employment free of any other recognized hazards to employees that are likely to cause injury or death. This clause can be difficult for contractors, as many are often unaware of what recognized hazards they may be required to address in their workplaces. This webinar will cover the employer’s responsibilities as it pertains to the General Duty Clause. 

Topics to be Discussed:

Multi-Employer Worksite Violations

  • Ways you may be liable at a multi-employer worksite
  • Minimizing legal liability
  • When OSHA issues multi-employer citations
  • How to establish can you be liable?
  • When does OSHA make an employee your responsibility?
  • Recordkeeping conundrums

OSHA’s General Duty Clause

  • What is the General Duty Clause
  • “Recognized Hazards”
  • Employers responsibilities
  • Recommendations to avoid General Duty Clause citations

There is no cost to participate.

About the Presenter:
Mark Lies, II is a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP located in Chicago. His primary practice areas are occupational safety and health law, related personal injury litigation and employment law; including single plaintiff and class action litigation and counseling.

In his occupational safety and health law practice, he has represented employers on a national basis in complying with occupational safety and health regulations issued by OSHA, as well as representing employers during OSHA inspections, OSHA citation enforcement proceedings and trial of OSHA cases before federal and state agencies and appeals to federal and state court. 

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