Avoiding OSHA Complaints and Workplace Incidents: How Proactive Supply Chain Management Reduces Risk
1 hour 30 minutes
Learn how to create guidelines to be followed as employees return to work and the proactive steps you can take to prevent lawsuits.
As the number of COVID-19 cases has grown nationwide, it is not been a surprise to most employers that lawsuits were not too far behind. Unfortunately, that scenario has proved true as more and more lawsuits are being filed against employees based on claims associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. This topic will examine the different types of potential lawsuits and other legal actions that could be brought against employers under the COVID-19 pandemic. This information will also examine ways for employees to avoid such lawsuits and inspections and what to do when a lawsuit or an OSHA complaint is filed.
• You will be able to describe how to engage employees in discussions to avoid complaints.
• You will be able to discuss guidance provided by different federal agencies, including the CDC, OSHA and EEOC.
• You will be able to explain how to inform employees about confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the workplace and other transparency used by employers.
• You will be able to identify proactive steps employers can take to prevent lawsuits and guidelines to be followed in returning employees back to work.