Speaker, Gibbons P.C., "Who Can It Be Knocking at My Door? What to Do When an Environmental or OSHA Inspector Arrives," Newark, NJ
March 27, 2014
Many environmental and safety programs include routine compliance inspections. In the aftermath of a spill or accident, an inspection may be triggered.
Susanne Peticolas and Camille V. Otero, Directors in the Gibbons Real Property & Environmental Group, along with Laurie Gneiding of AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc., will address the following important questions and provide practical advice for addressing these issues.
- Do you know how to handle an inspection that best complies with regulatory obligations while protecting your company from unnecessary disclosure of confidential or security information?
- What happens when an environmental or OSHA inspector shows up at your door unannounced? Do you need to let the inspector in?
- What do you have to show an inspector?
- If you have advance notice, how do you prepare for an inspection?
- What should you do after an inspection has been conducted?
- How do you respond to information requests from the inspector?
- Are you at risk of incurring civil and/or criminal penalties?