How to Handle OSHA Inspections: A Webchat Q&A with Compliance Experts

Explore the intricacies of OSHA investigations in our upcoming webinar! Join Micah Dickie of Fisher-Phillips and Jeramy Hurt of Ideagen for a detailed discussion on handling OSHA visits, inspections, and safeguarding your rights.

This webinar was originally broadcast on January 16, 2024.

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Join us for an exclusive webinar featuring industry experts Micah Dickie of Fisher-Phillips and Jeramy Hurt of Ideagen, with Dave Blanchard of EHS Today moderating. 

Gain invaluable insights into navigating OSHA investigations, from the initial visit and inspection process to addressing walkaround issues, Fourth Amendment concerns, and managing document and interview requests. Learn how to strike the right balance between cooperation and protecting your organization's rights. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding and ensure your company is well-prepared for OSHA scrutiny. 

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Micah Dickie

Associate | Fisher-Phillips

Micah Dickie is a litigator in the firm's Atlanta office. As a member of the firm’s Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Management Practice Group, Micah represents clients during safety and health inspections by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and defends them during contested OSHA matters. To help avoid litigation, he counsels clients on best practices for mitigating the risk of workplace incidents and OSHA inspections. 

As a member of the firm’s Education Practice Group, Micah provides school clients with advice on policy reviews, drafting of contracts, and practical solutions to employment issues 

Jeramy Hurt

Director of EHS Solutions | Ideagen

Jeramy helps large employers determine the best technology strategy for automating their EHS processes and define the requirements for achieving that strategy. He brings nearly 20 years of experience to the role, including senior EHS positions at PepsiCo, Valvoline, ABB, PPG, and Del Monte.

Jeramy has a degree from Indiana State University, is a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals and is a Certified Safety Professional through the BCSP.

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