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It’s Time to Start Planning for Implementation of OSHA’s Silica Rule By Louis "Dutch" Schotemeyer, J. Nathan Owens
Getting a notification from OSHA that your company is being investigated for a health or safety violation is an unwanted disruption to your business that could lead to a hefty monetary fine. Worse yet, if your company is found to have committed multiple violations, OSHA may categorize your company as a severe violator, which makes you subject to follow-up inspections. In the last 6 years, OSHA has added 520 companies to the Severe Violator Enforcement Program - sixty percent of which are in the construction industry.
April 21, 2017
Be careful how aggressive you are with homeowners' counsel, you may actually get what you want. By J. Nathan Owens
In March of 2010, Developer received a SB 800 notice covering 134 homes...
December 2, 2014
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