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Tuesday, 18 July 2017 18:32

When State and Federal Regulations Collide

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Workers’ compensation claims do not occur in a vacuum. When faced with a difficult work injury claim, employers can find themselves so focused on the intricacies of the workers’ compensation rules that they forget about other regulations that are often entangled with such a claim.

From across the conference table, Richard Carr conveys these words to me with no smell amount of dignity and reverence. Richard explains that one of his mentors, the late Richard Snell, the well-known and well-beloved Dayton attorney, hit him with this phrase...

In fall 2017, new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards imposed strict limits on workplace silica dust exposure in the construction industry. But, OSHA is not stopping there.

Thursday, 26 April 2018 14:54

Keeping OSHA in the Loop

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Employers, beware. Responding to a work injury is stressful enough, but did you know that you may have to tell the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) about the injury and record it on OSHA logs?

On October 11, 2018, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a memorandum clarifying its position on post-incident drug testing and workplace safety incentive programs. I have already seen several interpretations of this new guidance from OSHA...

You may have heard more than you care to hear about electronic records submission. And it’s possible that a number of you have failed to make your electronic submissions to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration either because you think that the standard does not apply to you or because you...

Emergency Action Plans
The requirement that companies engaged in construction work have an emergency action plan is not recognized by many post-frame contractors, but it definitely applies to the work that we do. This Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirement is found in Section 1926.35 of the Code of Federal Regulations...

Tuesday, 03 July 2018 20:01

Heat Illness Prevention

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As we move into the summer months it is time for all contractors to consider implementing a heat illness prevention program. There have been increasing reports of heat illnesses in the workplace. Employees, who work in a high heat index environment, are vulnerable to various heat related illnesses. At their worse, heat illnesses can result in the death of the employee. Back in 2011, OSHA instituted a program to ...

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