This session will be live Mar. 25 from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., CT. A recording of the session, evaluation, and certificate of completion will be available here within two business days following .
The number of employee work-related hospitalizations and deaths due to COVID-19 is a matter of interest to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This has resulted in an increasing number of skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities receiving investigations by OSHA. This webinar will review recent guidance from OSHA requirements. Complying with OSHA’s reporting requirements and proactively preparing for investigations will be discussed. This webinar will also review how to respond to investigations with appropriate documents and attestation. The Whistleblower Protection Program will also be discussed.
At the completion of this session, participants will be able to:
1. Describe OSHA requirements for employee safety during and after COVID-19.
2. Identify steps to prepare for OSHA investigations.
3. Define an appropriate response to OSHA investigations.
Appropriate for administrators, directors, owners, directors of nursing, and nurses in skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities.
Catherine Cano, Attorney at Law, Jackson Lewis, P.C.
One hour of continuing education is available. Please defer to your licensing board or agency to ensure courses taken meet your license requirements.
Registration Fee……………………….. $55 per individual
(One hour of continuing education, live webinar, and on-demand recording included)
Webinar registration fees are non-refundable. See substitution, cancellation, and refund policies here.
Webinar fees must be paid in advance.