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OSHA Podcast Releases Episode 10, OSHA Enforcement: Its History & Its Future in Workplace Safety

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Feb. 5, 2021 – Workplace Safety Review, global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s OSHA podcast, has released episode 10, “OSHA Enforcement: Its History & Its Future in Workplace Safety.” Greenberg Traurig’s Michael T. Taylor and Adam Roseman speak with Richard Fairfax, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA. Fairfax discusses his first-hand experience working within OSHA, including achievements he is proud of, challenges the agency faces, OSHA’s standard setting process, and where he has seen success in working with employers, among other topics.

Host of Workplace Safety Review and Chair of the firm’s OSHA Group, Taylor interviews influential environmental, health, and safety professionals across the country in a broad range of industries. Previous episodes include:

All episodes are available on the Greenberg Traurig websiteApple PodcastsStitcher, and Spotify.

Taylor focuses his practice exclusively on representing employers regarding OSHA and Chemical Safety Board (CSB) matters across the country. Over the last 18 years, Taylor has defended scores of employers during enforcement litigation before federal OSHA, Cal-OSHA, SC-OSHA, WA-DOSH, as well as other state plan states. Many of these representations have involved a significant injury, fatality, or catastrophic event in the workplace.

Roseman, an associate in the firm’s OSHA Group, focuses his practice on federal and state labor and employment investigations, counseling and litigation arising under Title VII, the Fair Labor Standards Act, whistleblower retaliation under Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and restrictive covenants.

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About Greenberg Traurig: Greenberg Traurig, LLP (GT), has approximately 2200 attorneys in 40 locations in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. GT has been recognized for its philanthropic giving, diversity, and innovation, and is consistently among the largest firms in the U.S. on the Law360 400 and among the Top 20 on the Am Law Global 100. The firm is net carbon neutral with respect to its office energy usage and Mansfield Rule 3.0 Certified. Web: