How Employers Can Prepare for More OSHA Whistleblower Investigations

Session Type: Management Workshop


Room Number: 209B

Available Dates & Times


As the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) beefs up its whistleblower program, employers should brace themselves for more claims and investigations. This presentation will explain the implications of OSHA’s emphasis on whistleblower investigations and inspections, outline the steps companies can use to minimize the number of complaints that employees file, and lessen the impact and liability they face if OSHA targets them.


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    Richard Alaniz

    Richard D. Alaniz is senior partner at Alaniz Schraeder Linker Farris Mayes, L.L.P., a national labor and employment firm based in Houston. He has been at the forefront of labor and employment law for over thirty years, including stints with the U.S. Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board. Rick is a prolific writer who had contributed hundreds of articles to trade journals and publications on labor and employment law and conducts frequent seminars to client companies and associations across the country.