OSHA Quicktakes 2024 – Episode 1

By Eric Conn
Last updated: January 11, 2024
Key Takeaways

OSHA’s 2023 in Review and 2024 Forecast




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(Wednesday, January 17, 2024, at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT)


OSHA’s 2023 in Review and 2024 Forecast
Presented by the Partners in Conn Maciel Carey’s national OSHA Practice Group

As we approach a Presidential Election that will determine the shape of OSHA enforcement and rulemaking for years to come, it is time to look back and take stock of what we learned from and about OSHA during another very eventful year. More importantly, it is once again time to look ahead and discuss what employers should expect from OSHA during Year 4 of the Biden/Harris Administration. In this webinar, the Partners in Conn Maciel Carey’s national OSHA Practice Group will review OSHA enforcement data and trends, important policy changes at OSHA (e.g., expanding the Severe Violator Enforcement Program and per instance citation authority), and major rulemaking developments (e.g., finalizing E-Recordkeeping, and advancing Heat Illness and the Worker Walkaround Representative rulemaking). We will also discuss the top OSHA issues employers should monitor and prepare for in the New Year.

Participants in this webinar will learn about:
1. 2023 OSHA enforcement data and important case decisions
2. New enforcement polices and enforcement special emphasis programs
3. Rulemaking priorities and predictions
4. OSHA policy issues to monitor in the run up to the Presidential Election


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Written by Eric Conn | Founding Partner & OSHA Practice Chair at Conn Maciel Carey LLP

Eric Conn

As the Chair of the national OSHA / Workplace Safety Practice Group at Conn Maciel Carey LLP, Eric lead the Firm's efforts to represent employers in all matters involving workplace safety and health law, including managing inspections and investigations and defending employers facing enforcement actions involving federal OSHA, state OSHA plans, MSHA, and CSB.

Specialties: Full scale agency investigations of workplace accidents, and litigation before the OSH Review Commission and in state and federal courts.


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