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NATE Presenting Live Webinar on Preventing Fatalities and Catastrophic Accidents
Watertown, SD - Apr 2, 2014 - While OSHA continues to refer cases to the Justice Department for criminal prosecution, more often it is an aggressive local district attorney or state attorney general who is bringing even more criminal prosecutions for fatalities and catastrophic accidents. At the same time, plaintiffs' attorneys are bringing civil tort actions against companies and their safety managers for violations of safety regulations that cause death or serious injuries and, in many cases, using the OSHA inspection file to prove their case. Also, the EPA is securing evidence from the OSHA inspection to bring criminal environmental lawsuits. This session will discuss how to improve the effectiveness of your company safety program, including identifying and abating serious and potentially fatal workplace hazards, while providing you the tools to handle a workplace fatality or catastrophic accident.
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Titled “Stairway to Heaven: Preventing Fatalities and Catastrophic Accidents,” the webinar goes live April 22, 2014, from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. EDT.
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