Employers must to be ready to effectively deal with OSHA inspections by understanding the process and asserting their legal rights to minimize potential citations and penalties. Understanding employee interviews, whistleblower protections and the closing conference with OSHA are crucial. Continue »
Edwin G. Foulke, Jr.
OSHA Inspections: Asserting Legal Rights While Minimizing Exposure to Citations and Penalties – Part I
From the beginning of the Obama administration, it was clear enforcement was going to be one of the primary watch words at OSHA and the Department of Labor. Continue »
Workplace violence and shootings are all too frequent. It’s extremely difficult to handle an active shooting scenario as it is occurring without prior preparation, which is why it’s so critical for every employer to develop a crisis management action plan. Continue »
While American construction worksites are safer than ever, never does a week go by without a news report concerning a fatality arising out of a fall, crane and structure collapse, “caught-in-between” or an “electrocution and shorting” incident. Continue »