Contract Provisions Needed to Defend OSHA Citations
Learn the five most important contract provisions needed to defend your company against OSHA citations during this information-packed webinar.
Trent Cotney, NRCA general counsel and CEO, Cotney Attorneys and Consultants, Tampa, Fla., will explain:
- Prime contract and subcontract provisions regarding safety
- Insurance requirements
- Injury and insurance reporting
- Back charges for OSHA violations and indemnification
- Contract forms that can act as evidence of training
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