[Webinar] OSHA Compliance in the Cannabis Industry

Sep 15, 2022

Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) is a growing concern for cannabis and hemp operators. One crucial component of the EHS compliance acronym soup is OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Act), which ensures workplace safety for employees. Failure to comply with OSHA standards can lead to fines and penalties and—in the worst cases—accidents, injuries, and even death.

Watch this Vicente Sederberg LLP session to learn more about OSHA rules and how they apply to cannabis operations. During the session, a panel of health and safety compliance professionals identify some of the most frequent OSHA issues that cannabis businesses face and what you can do to prevent them.

Topics of discussion included:

  • What is OSHA, its history, and its high-level basic requirements?
  • How does OSHA most commonly apply to cannabis operations?
  • What are the most common OSHA violations by cannabis operators?
  • What can operators do to ensure they are OSHA compliant?
  • What should an operator do if they discover OSHA violations?

You’ll hear from:

  • Alex Hearding – Chief Risk Management Officer, National Cannabis Risk Prevention Services
  • Kelsey Hanley – Cannabis Compliance Expert, Allay Consulting
  • Casey Leaver – Director of Regulatory Compliance, Vicente Sederberg LLP
  • Marc Ross – Head of Impact & ESG, Vicente Sederberg LLP

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