New Regulations in the Rule-Making Process at Cal/OSHA
THIS PRESENTATION HAS MOVED FROM 9/6 TO 10/18.
Cal/OSHA Update: A presentation of new regulations now in the rule-making process at Cal/OSHA. This includes indoor heat illness prevention and workplace violence prevention for general industry.
- Identify how the rulemaking process works within Cal/OSHA
- Plan for what the timeline could potentially be for these two very important new regulations
- Explain how new regulations could impact clients.
For the comfort of our guests, a limited number of in-person seats are available. If you wish to attend in-person, we suggest notifying our office at your earliest convenience to reserve your seat. Walk-ins will be admitted as space allows. In-person registrations expire at the start of the presentation. We do ask that you arrive promptly; otherwise your reserved seat may be given to a walk-in attendee. In-person reservations are non-refundable unless cancelled prior to 3 pm one business day prior to the presentation. All registrations are assumed to be remote unless otherwise stated. To reserve your seat for the in-person option, please contact Ann Horn at Ann@SonomaCountyBar.org or (707) 542-1190 ext. 100 to transfer your remote registration to in-person.
SCBA is committed to providing accommodations that will allow participants to fully engage in this activity. As a standard practice, the following will be provided at this program at no additional cost to the participant:
- Closed captions for Zoom participants.
- Interpreting services for Zoom or in-person participants with at least three (3) business days advanced notice.
- A variety of seating options for in-person participants.
To inquire about other options that could be made available to you, please contact SCBA at Reception@SonomaCountyBar.org or (707) 542-1190 ext. 100.
The Prince Firm
Lisa Baiocchi has been representing employers in OSHA and Cal/OSHA matters since 2012. She is currently a senior associate at The Prince Firm, a Santa Rosa, California law firm that concentrates its practice in Cal/OSHA, Fed/OSHA and crisis management.
Lisa represents the firm’s clients in all aspects of Cal/OSHA and Fed/OSHA administrative process and defense, as well as amicus curiae and appellate briefs. She has also assisted employers with crisis response, improving and updating their safety programs, as well as with managing pre- and post-appeal abatement issues before Cal/OSHA. Her clients encompass a wide variety of industries, including construction, wineries, wastewater treatment, and manufacturing, to name just a few.
It’s not all business for Lisa – she has enjoyed running marathons in the past and thought that she and her son would enjoy years of running together; but in short order, he became much too fast and has left her in the dust. Currently, Lisa lives with her partner, Matt, and together they enjoy brewing beer, gardening, yoga, traveling, running and hiking. Lisa is also devoted to her Corgi, Ranger, who is a frequent attendee at SF Corgi-Con - which is a real thing and it is a very big deal.