Are you ready for Assembly Bill 2774? This groundbreaking new law is going to have a huge impact on us, in the safety community. Find out more about it this Wednesday, January 26, at a webinar that runs from 10:00am – 1:00pm, at Health Science Associates, which is located at 10771 Noel Street, in Los Alamitos. Click here to RSVP on Facebook. Click here to send an RSVP email to HSA.
AB 2774: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You Understanding the Cal/OSHA law and how to minimize its impact. Here’s just some of what you’ll learn during this in-depth, 70-minute conference:
- What AB 2774 is and what it really means for employers.
- The major provisions of the law and how they could change the way you do business.
- Why safety planning becomes even more important with AB2774.
- The problems that AB 2774 is supposed to resolve.
- How employer safety requirements will change and could even be enforced differently.
- How to defend yourself before you’re cited.
- How improperly structured IIPPs can hurt you and how to ensure yours are structured correctly.
…and much more!
Panel of Experts
Amy Martin has worked in the Division of Occupational Safety and Health for eight years, first as a staff counsel and later as special counsel. She is now chief counsel of the division. Ms. Martin has been involved in the promulgation of numerous regulations and statutes directly effecting worker safety in the State of California. Most recently, she participated in advisory committee meetings that led to the drafting of AB 2774. As chief counsel of the division, she will be responsible for prosecutions arising from that statute. Before joining Cal OSHA, Ms. Martin was a partner with the law firm of Van Bourg, Weinberg, Roger and Rosenfeld where she specialized in labor and employment law. For six years she was an adjunct professor at UC Hastings where she taught mediation and negotiations with an emphasis on labor issues.
Kevin D. Bland, Esq. is founding partner at Hines Smith Carder Dincel Bland and focuses his practice on the construction industry. He holds a Contractor’s “A” License and has both practical and legal expertise in construction safety, construction risk management, construction litigation and construction contract claims as well as OSHA citation appeals and rulemaking. Mr. Bland counsels and represents general contractors, builders, trade contractors, crane and rigging contractors, trade associations, construction contractors, material suppliers and various other non-construction industries.
Bruce Wick is Director of Risk Management at CALPASC. He has 25 years of risk management experience. Mr. Wick is an industry leader and educator on issues critical to the construction industry. His expertise in the areas of workers’ comp, Cal/OSHA, construction defect, general liability and workplace safety make him a frequently sought presenter throughout California.