RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH REGULATIONS
September 18, 1997
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
(Breakfast: 8:00-9:00 am)
Hyatt Regency, Princeton,NJ
This program will discuss current cases of significance before the Occupational Safety & Health Review Commission and the Courts, such as the recent American Trucking Association lawsuit which halted
OSHA's mandatory data-gathering surveys for "Maine 200" type programs. It will also cover administrative developments relating to OSHA compliance, activities, such as workplace violence guidelines.
Presenter: ROGER S. KAPLAN
A member of the law firm of Jackson, Lewis, Schnitzler & Krupman in Woodbury, Long Island, Mr. Krupman has appeared before many federal and state courts, including the US Supreme Court, as well as
administrative agencies such as OSHA and the Occupational Safety & Health Review Commission. He has addressed business and professional organizations on such topics as right-to-know laws, OSHA liability,
workers' compensation, workplace violence and substance abuse and is the author of various articles on labor and employment law.
COST: $145 includes break-fast, lunch, program materials, certificate & .5 CEU (Attendees must be present the entire day to receive CEU.)