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Direct Threat: Tackling Disability-Related Safety Concerns in the Federal Workplace
Direct Threat: Tackling Disability-Related Safety Concerns in the Federal Workplace
 

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Presented by Gary Gilbert, Esq., and Deryn A. Sumner, Esq.

The Rehabilitation Act and ADA are complicated and create many difficult issues for individuals trying to apply disability law in their agencies. In particular, direct threat is a topic that can be confusing due to the potential liability for disability discrimination. This engaging webinar teaches you how to lawfully assess whether an employee with a disability poses a direct threat to safety and whether reasonable accommodation can address that concern.

Experienced EEO attorneys Gary Gilbert and Deryn Sumner explain how the medical diagnoses of a particular mental condition doesn't automatically render an individual a threat to his own safety or the safety of others in the workplace.

Plus, you gain the knowledge to:

  • Initiate and effectively carry out the interactive process to address reasonable accommodation with an individual who has a condition that may pose a direct threat to safety
  • Properly request medical information from an individual who may pose a threat to safety
  • Avoid liability for unlawful or overly broad requests for medical documentation
  • Distinguish between substantiated and unsubstantiated threats with regards to employees with mental disabilities
  • And more!

(2019. MP4 Download. 90 min. Product Code: 4900.112019)
(2019. MP4 Disk. 90 min. Product Code: 4900.112019D)


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