WEBINAR: Horror Stories in Employee Safety/Risk Management

10/5/2022 - By Nancy Patton

Join us for a manufacturing industry webinar on Thursday, October 27th from 2:00-3:00 PM (EST).

There’s nothing scarier than when an OSHA inspector shows up at your door. It’s even scarier when your organization isn’t in compliance… and we’ve all heard horror stories about the organizations that aren’t. 

Join Saltmarsh Shareholder, Suzanne Cox, CPA, CIT, as she sits down with Mathews’ HR & Safety Consulting founder, Michele A. Mathews, MBA-HR, PHR, SHRM-CP, SMS, to share tips on how to mitigate risk and keep your people and organization safe. 

In this webinar they will:

  • Discuss how to prepare for an OSHA inspection
  • Layout employer and employee rights during an OSHA investigation
  • Examine the essential elements organizations should have kept in mind to avoid violations 

This webinar has been approved for (1) SHRM PDC and is pending approval for (1) HRCI Re-Certification Credit. Can't make the webinar? Register to receive the recording and follow-up materials. 


About the Speakers

Michele A. Mathews, MBA-HR, PHR, SHRM-CP, SMS
Founder | Mathews’ HR & Safety Consulting

Michele is a Certified Safety Management Specialist (SMS), OSHA Construction & General Industry Authorized Trainer. She has over 20 years of progressive Human Resources Management, Safety Program Development, and Risk Mitigation experience spanning multiple industries, including Construction, Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Non-Profit. She is passionate about helping organizations and their staff thrive by returning the Human aspect to Human Resources and Safety. She started Mathews’ HR & Safety Consulting Services in 2017 after having an increase of small and medium-sized business owners reaching out for guidance and assistance due to the recognition she was receiving regionally for her procedures and training.  

Suzanne Cox, CPA, CIT
Shareholder | Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund

Suzanne is a shareholder in the Tax & Accounting Services practice of Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund. She began her career in public accounting in 2003, focusing on tax and advisory services. Her primary areas of experience include providing auditing, accounting, taxation and consulting services for the firm’s construction, manufacturing and technology clients and a variety of not-for-profit entities. She is active in both professional and community associations, regularly speaking at seminars and sharing her expertise on various accounting-related topics with an emphasis on construction and manufacturing.

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