A Framework of OSHA’s Proposed Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2): Learning from Cal OSHA’s Experience

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In 1995, federal OSHA began to conduct a series of stakeholder meetings regarding the development and promulgation of an Injury and Illness Prevention Program.  In 1998, federal OSHA developed a draft proposed rule and began the SBREFA process.  In 2002, the rulemaking proceeding was removed from the Regulatory Agenda.  In June 2010, federal OSHA began conducting another series of stakeholder meetings regarding the development and promulgation of an Injury and Illness Prevention Program.  Federal OSHA has repeatedly stated that an Injury and Illness Prevention Program standard is a top priority for the Agency.  Federal OSHA intends to assemble a SBREFA panel regarding this issue in the Spring of 2011. 

This session will examine the California Injury and Illness Prevention Program standard, discuss whether it is a good model for a federal standard, and explain the steps OSHA must take to withstand a legal challenge to the federal standard.

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Deliverables

  • Webcast with 30 day access to archived recording for ANYTIME/ANYWHERE viewing

  • Slides from the session

  • 0.2 CEUs

 

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About the Speaker

Michael T. Taylor

Mike focuses on all aspects of occupational safety and health law. He represents employers and trade associations during federal and state OSHA enforcement litigation and rulemaking proceedings. He also provides OSHA inspection counseling, safety and health compliance counseling, catastrophe management, safety and health audits, safety and health due diligence reviews, and whistleblower representation for clients. He also represents employers and trade associations in a wide range of industries, including, but not limited to, health care, chemical, petrochemical, electric utility, manufacturing, construction, and food services industries.


Mike has participated in hundreds of OSHA inspections and helped defend employers on a broad range of issues including, but not limited to, alleged violations of the General Duty Clause, Permit-Required Confined Space, Hazard Communication, Personal Protective Equipment, Machine Guarding, Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Lockout/Tagout, Process Safety Management, Hazardous (Classified Locations), Combustible Dust, and the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standards. He represented a major trade association in response to OSHA's Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Combustible Dust, 74 FR 54334 (October 21, 2009).  He also represented a major trade association in response to OSHA's Proposed Rule regarding the Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution standard, 70 FR 34821 (June 15, 2005).  He is currently representing a number of petrochemical facilities in response to OSHA's Petroleum Refinery Process Safety Management National Emphasis Program, CPL 03-00-010 (August 18, 2009).


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