OSHA and Long Term Care Providers: What to Expect and Prepare for in President Obama's Second Term
Recorded on February 19, 2013 (60 minutes)
Over the last four years, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has been very active particularly in the enforcement arena.  By virtually every metric, OSHA enforcement is at historic levels.  Long term care providers have been a major focus of the agency's enforcement efforts, with OSHA's Nursing Home National Emphasis Program leading OSHA compliance officers into homes and centers across the country.
As we enter the second four years of OSHA under President Obama, what should the long term care industry expect?  Will OSHA continue to target the industry in its enforcement efforts?  What new regulatory and other policy initiatives should long term care employers prepare for?
This 60-minute webinar will review the last four years and look ahead to the next four, with a specific focus on the long term care industry and how AHCA members can prepare for what's next at OSHA.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand what OSHA activities impacting long term care providers have occurred during the past four years.
2. Learn what OSHA activities impacting long term care providers can be expected during the next four years.
3. Understand how the OSHA Nursing Home National Emphasis Program has impacted and will continue to impact nursing centers.

Speaker:

Bradford Hammock
Attorney at Law
JacksonLewis, LLP
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