Tuesday, October 17, 2023
10:00 a.m. – 11 a.m., Pacific | 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., Eastern
Lacerations and other employee injuries related to exposed blade cutters and knives often result in large medical bills, lost productivity, and increased insurance premiums. Some of the most common and preventable injuries are cuts and lacerations which are among the top most frequent workplace injury.
Learn the latest employee laceration risk reduction best practices from one of Zenith Insurance company’s Vendor Discount Program partners, Safety Products Global. Safety Products Global is the global leader in safe cutting tools and offers a wide range of products and cost-effective cutting solutions across all industries. Their customers have experienced up to a 98% reduction in lacerations and product damage.
This session covers:
- Employee laceration trends
- Laceration risk reduction tools and solutions
- Question and answer session with an industry expert
Who should attend this training?:
Business owners, lodging and hospitality managers and supervisors, food and beverage managers and supervisors, safety professionals, and anyone with employee safety responsibilities
Receive an overview of what the new law requires, learn how your business can plan to comply and the potential consequences for noncompliance.
- Kevin Johnson, Shareholder, Johnson Jackson, PLLC
- Elizabeth Ricci, Managing Partner, Rambana & Ricci, PLLC
- Samantha Padgett, Vice President of Government Relations & General Counsel, FRLA
Questions? Contact Nicolette Hoffman, Government Relations Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Florida Legislature has passed and Governor DeSantis has signed a tort reform bill that will have significant impacts on tort litigation in the state. HB 837 will take effect upon becoming law. The main objectives of the changes are to eliminate inflated or “phantom” damages and limit the number of frivolous lawsuits. This webinar will discuss each category of changes including statute of limitations, comparative negligence, and damage transparency. This bill’s provisions will bring balance and transparency to tort litigation in Florida that is long overdue and will be beneficial to business defendants who are often targets of frivolous lawsuits.
- Steven Klein & Justin Guido, Partners, Rumberger Kirk
Questions? Contact Ashley Jackson, Director of Membership Marketing, AJackson@frla.org.
The Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association partnered with the Restaurant Law Center to bring you a webinar on the HB 7 bill, Florida’s “Individual Freedom Act,” which was recently signed into law by the governor. This webinar includes a panel of legal and industry experts who will explore the history behind the legislation. The panel will also discuss the status of the law, as well as potential effects this new law could have on hospitality businesses training of their workforce.
- Stephanie L. Alder-Paindiris, Principal, Jackson-Lewis
- Amanda A. Simpson, Principal, Jackson-Lewis
- Samantha H. Padgett, Vice President of Government Relations and General Counsel, Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association
- Angelo Amador, Executive Director, Restaurant Law Center