With leadership changes, there’s often a shift of policies and priorities that can impact the day to day of our business. In this episode Neil Brunetz discusses how these changes have effected OSHA and it’s guidance to employers related to COVID-19.
Do you know what OSHA suggests employers do prior to returning workers? What measures OSHA recommends to limit the spread of COVID in the workplace? Brunetz has answered some of your most frequently asked questions on how to help keep you and your employees safe in the workplace.
Neil has experience working as an outside general counsel for a technology company assisting the company in negotiating and finalizing NDAs, SaaS agreements and technology development agreements as well as many other aspects of the company’s business. His legal experience also includes courtroom representation of clients in civil litigation matters, including personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, construction, contract, commercial disputes, and malpractice actions. He represents employers in defense of claims in front of OSHA and Other government agencies. Neil has bench and jury trial experience on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants in state courts in Tennessee and Georgia and federal courts as well as a diverse appellate practice.