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Construction company may need employer defense after accident

Companies should always adhere to safety standards at construction sites. Even the smallest oversight in compliance with work safety rules at a construction site can result in disastrous consequences in California. Not only can this cause physical injury or even death for a worker, but also it can result in legal problems for an employer, which may require an employer defense strategy.

Aluminum company needs employer defense after OSHA citations

An employer can be seriously distraught when a fatal accident happens at the workplace. Not only can this be emotionally challenging, it can also result in significant financial damage to a company in California. However, the financial damage can be further exacerbated when safety citations are issued. This type of situation will cause a need for a strong employer defense strategy to address the safety citations.

Employer defense may be needed following OSHA investigation

Safety in the workplace is essential no matter what industry. However, it can be particularly important in the construction industry in California since there are significantly more dangers of injury compared to many other types of work environments. On the other hand, if work safety authorities investigate an incident, it can result in citations, which can be costly to the company and would require an employer defense strategy.

Employer defense may be needed after worker dies in accident

The unexpected death of a worker is always an emotional experience for an employer. Not only is the loss of human life tragic and challenging to confront, the legal implications can also be quite difficult in California. When a worker dies, OSHA usually responds by investigating whether or not the employer may have violated safety regulations. If OSHA does cite an employer following an investigation, the company may want to begin formulating a good employer defense strategy.

Man dies at construction site, OSHA investigation started

California employers in any industry must be aware of the work environment, for the safety of workers and for the benefit of the business. This can help a business become more efficient and profitable. It's also essential to maintain safety standards in a workplace, especially at a construction site. This can help prevent a workplace injury and an OSHA investigation.

Oil refinery faces OSHA investigation over injury reporting

A business is required to keep accurate records of workplace injuries. Failure to do so can result in safety violations and citations from regulating agencies in California. One oil refinery in another state may be facing this challenge with regard to a pending OSHA investigation. 

OSHA investigation initiated following construction accident

Work safety authorities have the ability to levy large monetary fines against an employer if they believe that work safety violations have been committed. Regulators are particularly concerned when a serious or fatal workplace accident occurs. When somebody dies in a workplace incident in California, an OSHA investigation will be initiated.

Injured worker claim may result from recent construction accident

There are risks at just about any workplace. However, construction sites tend to have more potential for serious injuries than other types of work environments in California. This can be a problem for employers of construction workers because a serious work injury can result in an injured worker claim or even an OSHA investigation.

Temporary worker violations can result in OSHA investigation

All workers should be provided ample protection from harm at the workplace. This also includes temporary workers who may be contracted from a staffing agency in California. Accordingly, it is important for employers and staffing agencies to understand their legal obligations in work safety compliance for temporary workers. This may help to prevent a workplace accident or in handling an OSHA investigation after an incident.

Ignoring operating procedures can result in OSHA investigation

It is important for a company to put operating procedures in place in order for workers to avoid confusion and for the business to run efficiently. At California facilities utilizing heavy machinery, this is particularly important in order to maintain workplace safety. Failure to do so can cause a worker to be injured or even killed, which could result in an OSHA investigation.

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