OSHA Compliance and Workers’ Compensation

What are the major reputational risk facing employers in today’s environment? At the 2022 WCR Conference, a group of expert panelists discussed the interplay of managing OSHA compliance risk and workers’ compensation. The speakers included: Jordan Hetherington – ARM – Workers’ Compensation Manager, Tesla Roy Park – Park | Guenthart Amir Sharifi – Sr. Manager, Workplace Risk, […]

Customized Early Symptom Intervention Programs – Do They Work?

Early Symptom Intervention (ESI) programs can improve the overall well-being and productivity of workers. However, many employers face challenges when implementing these programs. In this session at WCI’s 2019 Educational conference, panelists discuss how they have developed and maintained successful ESI programs and share statistics on their return on investment. Moderator: Robyn Lewis – Regional […]

Walking and Working Surfaces

Slips, trips and falls are among the most common causes of workplace injuries. Knowing the requirements for stairs and ladders, guarding of floor and wall openings and the basics of fall protection is essential for any risk manager. In this session at WCI’s 2019 Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference, Vergie Bain, Compliance Assistance Specialist for the […]

The Intersection Between OSHA and Traditional Labor

At the FMI Asset Protection Conference on March 10, 20 we attended a session on OSHA recordkeeping, whistleblower complaints and union organizing, and how these things fit together.  The speakers were: Melissa Bailey, Shareholder, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Ruthie Goodboe, Shareholder, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Under the OSHA injury / illness reporting […]


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