OSHA

Still Confused About the Joint Employer Rule?  You’re Not Alone.

In 2017, the U.S. Department of Labor announced that it was rolling back the Obama administration’s expansion of the joint employer rule to much applause...

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OSHA’s Silica Standard – Top Two Complaints

We work quite a bit with Contractor’s Risk Management, Inc. (CRM), New England’s premier safety and health consultants. After training hundreds of construction employees on...

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OSHA’s “Other-Than-Serious” Citations Can Result in Repeats

As I tell my clients, resolving your OSHA citations by accepting an Other-Than-Serious may lower your exposure to a high penalty Repeat in the future...

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Your OSHA Citation May Bar You From Working in Boston

In response to the October 2016 fatal trench collapse that claimed the lives of two Atlantic Drain Services employees, the Boston City Council passed an...

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OSHA Must Prove “Knowledge” In Order to Prove a Violation

In May 2017, my client’s employee inexplicably and without warning jumped into a trench that was more than five (5) feet deep. The trench immediately...

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