Workplace Fatality Update

There were 24 workplace fatalities in the past two weeks. Fourteen are from COVID. The other incidents include two electrocutions, two falls, and two incidents involving contact with equipment. In … Read More »

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AB 685: What Happens Next?

Beginning in January 2021, California employers will be required to notify employees, and in some cases health authorities, about potential COVID exposures. In signing AB 685, Governor Gavin Newsom also … Read More »

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More COVID Cites

Cal/OSHA’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health, using regulations presently in existence, has cited six healthcare organizations and one law enforcement agency for violations connected to COVID in the workplace. … Read More »

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Workplace Fatality Update

There are 14 new reported workplace fatalities. including seven COVID-related deaths. The non-COVID incidents include: A death due to explosion involving an employee of Sierra Pacific Lumber Mill in Lincoln. … Read More »

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A Huge COVID Case

Two Southern California employers face almost $600,000 in penalties due to Cal/OSHA COVID investigations. Cal/OSHA says Overhill Farms, based in Vernon, and Jobsource North America, based in Fullerton, failed to … Read More »

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Workplace Fatality Update

  Cal/OSHA’s Division of Occupational  Safety and Health is investigating 17 recent workplace fatalities. Six of them are from COVID-related complications. The non-COVID fatalities include: An employee of JH Painting … Read More »

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