Free NFIB WEBINAR:
Wednesday, October 2nd at 12pm ET
OSHA Essentials for Small Business
While small employers have some limited exemptions, don’t think that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – the arm of the U.S. Department of Labor that enforces the Occupational Safety and Health Act, can’t inspect your workplace and issue citations. Every small business owner who values their employees’ safety needs and wants to reduce costs should be familiar with OSHA’s requirements for small businesses.
This month’s legal webinar will offer small businesses critical OSHA information and resources. Presented by Davis Jenkins, an attorney with the law firm of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., and moderated by Elizabeth Milito, of the NFIB Small Business Legal Center, the webinar will give an overview of OSHA, outline employer requirements, and discuss critical OSHA enforcement initiatives that impact small businesses.
About the Speaker:
Senior Executive Counsel, Legal Foundation, NFIB
Elizabeth Milito focuses on labor and employment issues at the NFIB Legal Center. She has testified before Congress, administrative agencies, and state legislatures on the small-business impact of legislative and regulatory issues. She is also a frequent media spokesperson on employment and labor matters.
Davis Jenkins, Esq.
Davis represents and advises employers on matters of workplace safety and health. His practice includes providing guidance on federal and state OSHA compliance, challenging citations, and litigating OSHA related matters before federal and state agencies and courts.
Prior to joining Ogletree Deakins, Davis served as an attorney-advisor in the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission’s Office of General Counsel where he advised Commissioners on the disposition of pending cases at the review level. His previous experience includes serving as a law fellow for the Legal Services Corporation and as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Donald B. Hocker of the South Carolina Circuit Court.