• [WEBINAR] OSHA Inspection Series: What to Expect & How to Respond Part 1

    Event Schedule

    Webinar 8:45 - 10 a.m. CT

    The outcome of a poorly managed OSHA inspection and investigation can negatively impact a contractor for several years. On the other hand, a prepared strategy using proven methods can assist a contractor to organize and lead the process toward the best possible outcome. Make no mistake: compliance violations may be used by a plaintiff attorney as evidence of relevant negligence in future civil litigation. We have to get this right.

    Managing an OSHA inspection towards the best possible outcome begins with knowing what to expect from OSHA and understanding your organization’s role.

    Please join Holmes Murphy Construction October 20th at 9 a.m. CT for practical insight into how to position your organization to effectively respond to an OSHA inspection. Register today!