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What to Expect from Cal/OSHA in 2020: Enforcement Trends, Regulatory Developments - On-Demand

What to Expect from Cal/OSHA in 2020: Enforcement Trends, Regulatory Developments - On-Demand

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What to Expect from Cal/OSHA in 2020: Enforcement Trends, Regulatory Developments - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn the enforcement trends and regulatory developments to expect from Cal/OSHA in 2020 and get practical strategies for closing compliance gaps so your organization can minimize the risk of costly Cal/OSHA citations and fines.


Staying on top of California’s strict and ever-changing workplace safety standards is a constant struggle for employers in the state.

As 2019 draws to a close, it’s crucial to take a look at the upcoming Cal/OSHA developments with the potential to impact California businesses in 2020 and beyond.

From the recently implemented wildfire smoke protection standard to upcoming rules on indoor heat stress, workplace violence in general industry, and more, Cal/OSHA is continuing to impose new and challenging compliance requirements.

In addition, a recent California supreme court case found that the state could issue penalties for workplace safety violations under the state’s unfair competition and fair advertising laws in addition to the existing Cal/OSHA penalty structure, potentially creating a significant new source of liability for employers who run afoul of safety regulations.

Use this on-demand webinar for an all-new webinar with Attorney Ben Kim of Nixon Peabody on the what to expect from Cal/OSHA in 2020.

After this webinar, you’ll be able to:

  • Identify the most important recent and upcoming Cal/OSHA regulatory developments with the potential to impact your organization
  • Take steps to reduce your risk of citations and fines based on your understanding of California’s aggressive enforcement strategies 
  • Identify the impact of California’s efforts to counter deregulation at the federal level with stringent state standards
  • Point out common safety pain points and missteps among California employers and close compliance gaps for your organization

About Your Presenter

Benjamin J. KimBenjamin J. Kim, Esq. 
Partner & Co-chair, Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA)
Nixon Peabody LLP

Benjamin Kim is a partner in Nixon Peabody’s Labor & Employment group and co-chairs the firm’s Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA) practice. He represents clients in a range of industries in employment and labor matters in both federal and state court litigation. He also counsels employers on a wide variety of employment issues.

Kim regularly represents clients in complying with federal and state workplace safety and health laws and during government safety inspections of the workplace as well as investigations of workplace accidents, particularly those involving fatalities and serious injuries. He represents and defends clients in pursuing appeals of citations and other enforcement actions by government agencies such as the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health and the U.S. Department of Labor (including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Mine Safety and Health Administration)).

Kim provides legal advice regarding OSHA ad MSHA regulations. This includes advice on preventative measures and on navigating “gray areas” of various safety regulations. He advices employers on potential compliance issues with company injury and illness prevention programs, heat illness prevention programs, hazard communication programs, and other written safety procedures. He also oversees workplace safety audits for employers.