As a result of COVID-19, Virginia was the first and one of a few states to introduce temporary emergency standards for the workplace. The Virginia Occupational Safety and Health program (VOSH) developed guidelines designed to protect workers and “to control, prevent, and mitigate the spread of COVID-19” in the workplace. Every business within the jurisdiction of VOSH is required to follow these guidelines and failure to comply may result in financial penalties.
If you have employees and fall under VOSH”s jurisdiction, this is a must attend.
About the presenter:
Amy E. McDougal, CCEP
Amy is an attorney by training and is certified by the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics as a Corporate Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP). In 2013, she founded CLEAResources LLC, a corporate resource for mitigation of legal compliance risks and promotion of ethical business cultures. Previously, Amy served as a Special Assistant US Attorney and Air Force Judge Advocate General. She graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance and received her J.D. from Vanderbilt Law School. Amy has been recognized in 2020 as a Finalist for Compliance Week’s Excellence in Compliance Awards for the Best Consultant/Advisor category and also by National Law Journal as a Cannabis Law Trailblazer.