Conn Maciel Carey is a boutique law firm focused on Labor & Employment, Workplace Safety, and Litigation. The clients we serve — from multi-national organizations to individuals — seek us out for strategic guidance ranging from day-to-day employment counseling to managing government regulatory investigations to leading complex litigation. What sets us apart is our special emphasis on workplace challenges, our creativity in crafting positive solutions, and our passion for serving our clients' interests.

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Upcoming Webinars:

Electrical Safety - Top 5 Reasons It's Important to Get It Right and Top 5 Employer Mistakes

Presented by Micah Smith, Aaron R. Gelb and Dan Deacon September 24th at 1pm ET / 10am PT regarding:


Working with electricity can be dangerous, and electrical safety has long been an enforcement priority for OSHA. OSHA's electrical standards are designed to protect employees against hazards of electric shock, electrocution, flash fires, and explosions.  Too often, workers and/or their employers are unaware of the potential electrical hazards present in their work environment, or more often, they are unfamiliar with the nuances of OSHA's regulatory requirements in this area.

This webinar will highlight the most frequent causes of electrical injuries, explain some of the most misunderstood provisions of the applicable OSHA standards, and discuss strategies to limit exposure to the most common electrical safety violations. 


​Participants in this webinar will learn:

  • The The top 5 reasons why employers should make complying with the applicable electrical safety standards a priority

  • The 5 most common electrical safety mistakes employers

  • Steps employers can take to avoid reduce exposure to electrical safety hazards and OSHA violations.

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Responding to MSHA Document Requests During Inspections, Investigations and Litigation

Presented by Nicholas W. Scala October 10th at 1pm ET / 10am PT regarding:


MSHA regulations require that mine operators and independent contractors maintain certain records on-site and internally. There is no question that when an inspector requests these records, for the period they are required to be maintained, employers must comply. But what happens when MSHA inspectors, or special investigators, request documents outside these required records? What are the ramifications for turning non-required records over to MSHA, or not doing so?


This webinar will evaluate the document retention and production obligations of operators, and how to deal with document requests and production throughout different types of investigations or litigation.


During this webinar, participants will learn about:


  • Recordkeeping requirements at MSHA sites;

  • How to respond to MSHA document requests during inspection, investigations or litigation; and

  • Resolutions for document production demands outside the scope of required records.

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What You Need to Know About OSHA's Health and Chemical Exposure Standards

Presented by Kate M. McMahon, Amanda R. Strainis-Walker, and Beeta Lashkari October 10th at 1pm ET / 10am PT regarding:


In addition to OSHA’s myriad Safety regulations, the agency has also promulgated approx. 30 comprehensive Health standards, and established air exposure limitations for an additional 500 common chemicals present in U.S. workplaces, such as asbestos, lead, and silica.  Knowing when and how to conduct monitoring is complex, and the chemical sampling data collected can be a double-edged sword.  This webinar will help keep you clear about the requirements of OSHA’s occupational health standards, provide useful guidance and tips on the types and frequency of air monitoring or other chemical sampling that may be required or warranted at your facilities, and the programs to implement if you do experience exposure levels above the minimum regulatory thresholds (or other industry consensus thresholds).


During this webinar, participants will learn about:


  • The basics about OSHA’s Chemical Health Standards

  • How long chemical sampling data must be retained

  • When and how to share monitoring data with employees and regulators

  • Prudent actions and policies to ensure your employees are protected from chemical exposures in the workplace without creating OSHA enforcement pitfalls


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