Download this Free Webinar Recording hosted by EBI and Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP

On November 1, 2016*, OSHA will begin enforcing its new regulation requiring employers (1) to have a "reasonable procedure" for employees to report work-related injuries and illnesses, and (2) not to discriminate or retaliate against employees who report such injuries or illnesses.

In this hour-long presentation, Tommy Eden, Partner at Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP, will explain what this means for your company, and offer 6 steps you can take to keep your drug testing program out of OSHA's cross-hairs.  

Download this webinar recorded from the live version on September 8th, 2016.

 *Update: On 10/18/16, OSHA agreed to delay enforcement of the final rule until December 1, 2016. 

Participant Benefits:

  • Understand OSHA’s newly adopted position on post-accident drug testing restrictions
  • Examples of what types of employer conduct OSHA will consider issuing a citation with fines beginning at $12,000 per violation
  • Critical drug free workplace policy updates that should be made prior to November 1, 2016*
  • 6 common sense counsel risk reduction steps to keep an employer’s drug testing program out of OSHA’s cross-hairs
  • Earn 1 credit towards each HRCI and SHRM certifications (codes provided within recording)

 

About the Presenters

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Thomas M. Eden III 
is Partner at Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP. Tommy's law practice is principally in the areas of Management Labor and Employment Law; Drug Testing Law (DOT Regulated and Non-Regulated) throughout the United States; defense of employers in federal court in all aspects of employment litigation, including claims under Title VII, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, ADEA, and retaliatory discharge actions; defense of employers in charges brought with the EEOC, Wage and Hour Division, National Labor Relations Board, and the Department of Labor; and litigation over employee benefits under ERISA. He also counsels employers on Immigration compliance under the Alabama Immigration Act and conducting I-9 audits under the Federal Immigration Act.

  

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is a news anchor and journalist with nearly 20 years of experience in front of the camera. She's worked in several markets, large and small, and has performed nearly every task needed in a newsroom. As EBI's Screening News Editor, she keeps EBI's customers and blog subscribers up-to-date on the latest screening news and legislative alerts affecting companies of all sizes.