Increased regulations, enforcement, and penalties are anticipated to be a hallmark of OSHA in the coming years. More corporate resources will need to be devoted to worker safety because of the impact of a greater number of inspections, heavier fines, and an increased regulatory environment. Come learn what these changes in OSHA regulations and enforcement mean for your role as a food safety manager.
Kenneth Kirschner, Partner, Hogan Lovells
Laurie Farmer, Director, Office of State Cooperative Programs, ORA, FDA
Andreas Keller, Multi-Commodity Foods Director, FDA