By Robert G. Chadwick, Jr., Partner, Freeman, Mathis & Gary, LLP. A citation stemming from an OSHA inspection typically specifies (1) the hazards which must be abated by the employer, and (2) the deadline for abating the hazards. For employers with … Continue reading ENTERPRISE-WIDE ABATEMENT RULING RAISES STAKES OF OSHA INSPECTIONS!
By Robert G. Chadwick, Jr., Partner, Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP. It is to an employer’s strategic benefit to be proactive in protecting its interests during the opening conference of an OSHA inspection. DO Be Selective as to the Employer’s Representative … Continue reading DOS AND DONT’S FOR EMPLOYERS DURING AN OSHA OPENING CONFERENCE!
By Robert G. Chadwick, Jr., Partner, Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP. The opening conference of an OSHA inspection typically takes place in an office or conference room and can address several matters, the most important of which are (1) the … Continue reading WHAT DOES AN EMPLOYER NEED TO KNOW ABOUT AN OSHA OPENING CONFERENCE?