At the start of his term, President Trump signed an executive order requiring federal agencies to cut two regulations for every new one proposed. As a result, potential regulatory action from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been cut by more than half.
How will OSHA’s actions – or lack thereof – affect the workplace? Find out at OSHA One Year Into the Trump Administration: What Has Occurred and What’s Expected to Occur.
Explore the regulatory freezes OSHA has instituted and how they will impact regulations currently in the OSHA pipeline. Learn what less regulatory activity means for employers and employees. Plus, be prepared for impending regulations expected in the coming year.
Besides encouraging fewer regulations, the Trump administration’s actions have also changed OSHA’s enforcement power. Discover how these differences could affect workplace safety.
In addition, take a closer look at the current status of:
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Kerry M. Mohan is part of the team at McDermott, Will & Emery in Chicago. He represents employers in various litigation matters involving workplace harassment, discrimination, retaliation and contractual disputes.
Under OSHA, Kerry defends clients against whistleblower allegations and willful, serious, and repeat citations before the OSHA Review Commission. He also provides general compliance counseling and advice concerning OSHA inspections, investigations, and regulatory compliance.
Kerry has defended employers in litigation from inception through trial before federal and state trial courts, courts of appeals, the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, and arbitration tribunals throughout the United States.
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