SO CAL STONE FABRICATORS, INC.

48 COR 40-8446 [¶23,126R] JURISDICTION – PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATIONLabor Code § 6614 (2021) – The Appeals Board lacked jurisdiction over Employer’s untimely petition for reconsideration. HEARING – FAILURE TO APPEAR, … Read More »

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UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC. DBA UPS

46 COR 40-8083 [¶22,886R] APPEAL – LATE FILINGLabor Code §§ 6600, 6601 (2018) – Employer failed to show good cause for its untimely appeal. Digest of COSHAB’s Denial of Petition … Read More »

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AAA AUTO & BODY WORKS INC.

38 COR 40-6623 [¶ 21,864R] HEARING – FAILURE TO APPEAR Labor Code § 6611(a) (2011) – Employer failed to show good cause for its failure to appear at hearing. Digest … Read More »

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GRAND HYATT SAN FRANCISCO

38 COR 40-6608 [¶ 21,850R] PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION – STIPULATION Employer provided no basis upon which to overturn a stipulation regarding the penalty amount. Digest of COSHAB’s Denial of Petition … Read More »

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ALZATE BUILDING CORPORATION

38 COR 40-6555 [¶ 21,792R] APPEAL – LATE FILING LAB. § 6601 (2011) – Employer failed to demonstrate good cause for its late appeal. Digest of COSHAB’s Denial of Petition … Read More »

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HUSSMAN CORPORATION (2)

38 COR 40-6544 [¶ 21,775R] INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM (IIPP) Cal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 3203(a)(7)(C) (2011) – An employee was not trained on how to move an … Read More »

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PACIFIC WESTLINE, INC. (2)

38 COR 40-6529 [¶ 21,763R] DEFENSES – INDEPENDENT EMPLOYEE ACTION (IEAD) Employer could not avail itself of the IEAD because its injured employee was a supervisor and could be considered … Read More »

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