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Roadmap to a successful OSHA inspection

Watch our webcast to receive actionable guidance to help ensure you are prepared for your next visit from OSHA.

It's a typical Wednesday morning, and you have a full calendar of things to do today...and then an unexpected knock at your door upends your entire schedule.

Marsh's Workers' Compensation Center of Excellence recently hosted Roadmap to a Successful OSHA InspectionOur panel of risk and legal specialists provided actionable guidance to help ensure you are prepared for your next visit from OSHA. Discussion included:

  • Requirements of a safety management system
  • Best practices pre-inspection
  • What "good" looks like from a legal perspective
  • Lessons learned from an unexpected inspection

Roadmap to a successful OSHA inspection

Watch our replay to learn "dos and don'ts" for your next visit from OSHA.

Our panel

Monika Robertson

Monika Robertson

Director of Risk Management & Compliance, Roberts Wesleyan University

Monika Robertson is the Director of Risk Management & Compliance for Roberts Wesleyan University since 2015. Additionally, Monika serves as the Chairperson of the New York College and Risk Management Group for workers’ compensation. Prior to joining RWU, Monika held other compliance roles in non-profit organizations (Goodwill of the Finger Lakes) and public companies (Xerox, Birds Eye Foods) over the past 25 years.

Robert Tyson

Robert Tyson

Member, Bond, Schoeneck & King

Bob is chair of Bond, Schoeneck & King’s property department and the firm's environmental and energy practice. His practice includes New York State and federal regulatory compliance concentrating on environmental, health and safety matters, including enforcement and litigation. Bob advises clients on air quality compliance, SPDES and stormwater permit requirements, petroleum and hazardous substance storage and release reporting, SEQRA and environmental impact review, solid and hazardous waste management, asbestos compliance, remediation and Brownfield redevelopment. Bob also counsels clients regarding Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) compliance obligations.

Jessica Wojick

Jessica Wojick

US Leader, Workforce Strategies Consulting Solutions, Marsh Advisory

Jessica Wojick is the National Practice Leader for Workforce Strategies, Marsh’s Health and Safety consulting organization. Her responsibilities across domestic and international clients include the growth and delivery of pre-loss services such as OSHA compliance, safety system and culture transformation, fleet and ergonomics. As the practice leader, Jessica works with a broad array of knowledgeable and experienced consultants and leaders to identify pre-loss cost drivers and develop risk mitigation strategies and business solutions - increasing the quality and efficiency of our clients’ safety and health management systems and programs.

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Christine Williams

Managing Director, Worker’s Compensation Center of Excellence, US Casualty Practice

Christine Williams is a member of Marsh’s US Casualty leadership team and Workers’ Compensation Center of Excellence. She is responsible for developing and disseminating technical workers compensation content to clients and colleagues via webcasts, white papers, and market reports.

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