This past year has been anything but business as usual. The way we work has changed. The focus of EHS has changed. And we’ll discover over the coming year the impact the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election will have on regulatory action and compliance. After four years without an assistant secretary of labor for OSHA, will one be appointed? After four years without one, do we really need one?
Join attorneys Michael Taylor and Adam Roseman of the law firm of Greenberg Traurig as they take a look back at 2020 and the bellwether events that potentially have a long-term impact on EHS in 2021 and beyond. They will offer their advice about what EHS professionals can expect in terms of regulatory and enforcement actions and trends, best practices to protect employees and the business in these uncertain times and COVID-19 related legal issues that impact businesses now and create challenges for the future. You will learn:
- The impact potential impact of the election on regulatory agencies
- What the future of EHS and work might look like post-COVID-19
- The COVID-19 legal challenges currently facing some employers and how to avoid them.