Webinar Recording Now Available

How to Prepare Cal-OSHA’s Required COVID-19 Prevention Program

On November 30, 2020, Cal-OSHA passed an emergency COVID-19 regulation that requires employers throughout the state to implement a written COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP). In this webinar, the speakers discuss:

  • COVID-19 Prevention Program Elements
  • Program Implementation
  • Testing and Tracing
  • Notice Scenarios
  • Compliance

Watch the Webinar Recording for a deep dive into the necessary details of the CPP, addressing employer duties and responsibilities, outbreaks, and important recordkeeping and reporting requirements.


For more information about this event, please contact Julia Moore at

Meet our Speakers:

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Kevin D. Bland
Shareholder at Ogletree Deakins

Kevin D. Bland joined Ogletree Deakins law firm in their Orange County office in 2011. Mr. Bland provides a wealth of experience in Health and Safety. Before he began his legal career, Mr. Bland had nearly 20 years of construction, safety, and business experience. In 2000, he launched his legal career after graduating cum laude from Whittier School of Law. Mr. Bland holds a Contractor’s “A” License and his practice focuses primarily on safety, risk management, Cal-OSHA regulatory rulemaking, and Cal/OSHA citation appeals. He counsels and represents various industries including construction, manufacturing, motion picture and television, and various other general industry clients along with various trade associations, construction contractors, and material suppliers. With over two decades of safety and risk management experience to serve your needs, Mr. Bland provides his clients with legal counseling combined with practical business advice.

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Karen F. Tynan
Of Counsel at Ogletree Deakins

Karen Tynan is an of counsel attorney in the Sacramento office of Ogletree Deakins. Karen is originally from the state of Georgia, and after graduating with honors from the United States Merchant Marine Academy, she worked for Chevron Shipping Company for ten years – sailing as a ship’s officer on oil tankers rising to the rank of Chief Officer with her Unlimited Master’s License as well as San Francisco Bay pilotage endorsement. Karen was the highest ranking woman in the Chevron fleet when she left her seafaring life. This maritime and petroleum experience is unique among employment lawyers and brings a “real world” approach to working with management and achieving litigation goals.