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By Neil Brunetz
I continuously check the OSHA news releases to keep up to speed on OSHA policies, procedures and enforcement.
By Neil Brunetz
With Hurricane Dorian closing in on the US coast and based on the number of utility vehicles I have seen heading south on I-75 to aid in recovery efforts
By Neil Brunetz
Below is the chart of current OSHA maximum penalties per violation so you can see the potential cost of citations.
By Neil Brunetz
All reportable injuries and illnesses that occur in the workplace, where and when they occur, the nature of the case
By Neil Brunetz
The first is for fatalities as a result of a work related incident. Fatalities must be reported to OSHA within 8 hours after the death of any employee.
By Neil Brunetz
Section 11(c) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act prohibits employers from retaliating against employees from exercising rights under the OSH Act.
By Neil Brunetz
You often see PPE thrown at hazards as a solution with a hope that PPE will protect your employees.
By Neil Brunetz
The OSHA inspection will present his/her credentials. The credentials should include a photograph and a serial number. If you are not presented credentials, you can
By Mary Alice Jasperse
In Georgia, bad faith claims brought by a policyholder against the insurer are codified by statute specifying the requirements for a policyholder
By Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP
Sara Becker joins Bob Bianchi on the Law & Crime Network to provide expert commentary on the case of Scott Nelson. Scott Nelson, 55, is accused of kidnapping and killing Jennifer Fulford
By Peter Skaliy
The State of Georgia has made even the smallest of small businesses subject to the Workers' Compensation Act. The general rule dictating whether an employer
By Karen Karabinos
For decades attorneys for insurance companies and insureds have debated the discoverability of documents contained in the insurer's claims file. Frequently, the debate concerns when an insurer
By Neil Brunetz
There are a few key ways you can tell if your safety culture is proactive or reactive. I am going to run through a few key questions I have come to hold dear to my heart. Feel free to reply with ones you use.
By Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP
Partner Jeff Ward is presenting with Lindsay Gorbach, Cox PLLC, at the DRI Trucking Primer 2019 in Nashville
By Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP
Communication is key. Starting from the top down. Safety as a first priority requires constant positive communication