HAMILTON IRON WORKS

49 COR 40-8829 [¶23,289R] SERIOUS INJURY REPORTING – Title 8, California Code of Regulations, §342(a)(1) – The evidence presented showed the Employer failed to report a serious injury to the Division immediately. CITATION – PARTICULARITY/NOTICE REQUIREMENT – Labor Code §6317 – The Appeals Board determined that a citation for a general violation was written with … Read More »

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C H D S, INC. DBA CURTIS DRILLING COMPANY

49 COR 40-8828 [¶23,288R] JURISDICTION – PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION Labor Code § 6614(a) – The Appeals Board lacked jurisdiction to grant reconsideration over Employer’s untimely petition for reconsideration. Digest of COSHAB’s Denial of Petition for Reconsideration dated May 23, 2024, Inspection No. 1666704.   Ed Lowry, Chair. Judith S. Freyman, Board Member. Marvin P. Kropke, … Read More »

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EMPLOYBRIDGE HOLDING COMPANY DBA SELECT STAFFING

49 COR 40-8825 [¶23,286] INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN Title 8, California Code of Regulations, §§3203(a)(4) and (a)(6) – The evidence proffered showed that the Employer failed to investigate new hazards effectively and failed to implement procedures to correct workplace hazards relating to COVID-19.  CONTROL OF HARMFUL EXPOSURE TO EMPLOYEES Title 8, California Code of … Read More »

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WESTERN OILFIELDS SUPPLY COMPANY DBA RAIN FOR RENT DBA LAKE COMPANY

49 COR 40-8821 [¶23,286] INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN Title 8, California Code of Regulations, §3203(a)(4) – The evidence proffered showed that the Employer effectively had procedures in place identifying and evaluating workplace hazards, including “scheduled periodic inspections  MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT – POINT OF OPERATION Title 8, California Code of Regulations, §4207(a) – The evidence … Read More »

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Cal/OSHA Fatality Cases Resolved

Here are how workplace fatality cases from recent years, including one from 2016, were resolved between Cal/OSHA’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health and employers. Cirque Du Soleil America: The international acrobatics troupe is based in Montreal, Canada. It withdrew its appeal and will pay all of the $46,500 proposed in November 2016, death of … Read More »

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ANGELUS BLOCK CO., INC.

49 COR 40-8815 [¶23,285R] INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM (IIPP) Title 8, California Code of Regulations, §3203(a)(4) –  The Division did not meet its burden in proving that Employer failed to effectively implement its IIPP. HAZARDOUS ENERGY CONTROL – TRAINING ON WRITTEN LOCKOUT/TAGOUT PROCEDURES Title 8, California Code of Regulations, §3314(l)(1) – The evidence presented … Read More »

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JENSEN MEAT COMPANY

49 COR 40-8813 [¶23,284R] JURISDICTION – PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION Labor Code § 6614(a) – The Appeals Board lacked jurisdiction to grant reconsideration over Employer’s untimely petition for reconsideration. Digest of COSHAB’s Denial of Petition for Reconsideration dated April 19, 2024, Inspection No. 1625466.   Ed Lowry, Chair. Judith S. Freyman, Board Member. Marvin P. Kropke, … Read More »

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LOS ANGELES ENGINEERING, INC.

49 COR 40-8807 [¶23,283] HEAT ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM Title 8, California Code of Regulations, §3395(f)(1) -The evidence proffered showed that the Division failed to prove that Employer did not provide the required training on heat illness prevention. INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN Title 8, California Code of Regulations, §§3203(a)(6) and (a)(7) – The evidence proffered … Read More »

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