San Mateo County EAC – Compliance with CalOSHA (California Occupational Safety and Health Administration)

Date / Time
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
2017-09-27 11:00:002017-09-27 13:00:00America/Los_AngelesSan Mateo County EAC - Compliance with CalOSHA (California Occupational Safety and Health Administration)1221 Chess Drive Foster City CA 94404

Crowne Plaza Foster City-San Mateo
1221 Chess Drive
Foster City, CA 94404


What you don't know can cost you money.  Protect yourself and be informed.

Professionals of Workplace Safety Issues constitute the first line of defense when it comes to helping a company avoid Workers' Compensation litigation.

This seminar provides you with important practical guidance and tips on how to effectively minimize the risk of employment-related legal claims, including:
Recent legislative and regulatory changes.
Injury and Illness Prevention programs.
How to handle OSHA inspections, citations, and hearings.
California Workers' Compensation Law.
And more.

Jaime Orendac, SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP

Jaime brings over 20 years of corporate generalist experience in the Human Resources field, having honed her skills at such Silicon Valley Companies as IBM Corporation, Elantec Semiconductor, Email Solutions and more. At Cisco systems, Jaime worked with formulating their SOX processes in order to pass audit. She has facilitated the IPO process, and has also addressed the needs of privately held technology companies.

As the needs of industry, employers, and governmental compliance change and grow, Jaime shares her knowledge generously. She developed and presents Training Programs to managers and staff employees on many sought after subjects. Using proven proactive processes, Jaime has an established track record of successfully defending employers in Department of Labor complaints and Employment Development Department appeals. She is dedicated to helping clients avoid the threat of lawsuit and litigation in a wide range of fields, such as issues leading to Cal/OSHA litigation. Jaime resourcefully and positively affects clients’ top interests, while protecting their time, money, and reputation.

For more information or to register please contact:
Hans Boehm at [email protected]

Visit the San Mateo County EAC website