Settlements in Cal/OSHA Injury Cases

The Division of Occupational Safety and Health and employers have come to terms in dozens of citation cases in recent weeks. Settlements, of course, are the predominant means for resolving … Read More »

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Latest Cal/OSHA Fatality Probes

The latest workplace fatalities under investigation by the Division of Occupational Safety and Health include two falls, one of the most common fatality sources. Here are the incidents: In Fontana, … Read More »

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How a Dam Project Dealt with NOA

Rebuilding a dam is hazardous in its own right. But when the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission embarked on a project to rebuild the Calaveras Dam near Sunol to protect … Read More »

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This Week’s Fatality Update

Here are the workplace fatality investigations begun by Cal/OSHA for the week of September 24-30: In Los Angeles, a janitorial employee for CSC Security Services was found unconscious on the … Read More »

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Elevator Controversy Continues

It likely won’t be until 2020 that the regulated public sees Cal/OSHA’s proposal to revise the Elevator Safety Orders.  But the behind-the-scenes battle between the Division of Occupational Safety and … Read More »

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