APTCO, LLC.

48 COR 40-8367 [¶23,087R] SAFE PRACTICES AND PERSONAL PROTECTION, PERSONAL SAFETY DEVICES AND SAFEGUARDS – HEAT ILLNESS PREVENTIONCal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 3395(f)(2) (2021) – Employer failed to implement … Read More »

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Two New Cal/OSHA Fact Sheets

Cal/OSHA has released two new fact sheets aimed at informing workers of their rights regarding workplace safety and health, and at protecting workers in temporary agencies. “Health & Safety Rights: … Read More »

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STAFFCHEX (2)

  41 COR 40-7138 [¶22,397R] EMPLOYER – PRIMARY VS. SECONDARY The Board concluded that the PEMCO II defense, which relieves a primary employer of liability for violation of a safety … Read More »

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STRATEGIC OUTSOURCING INC. (2)

38 COR 40-6651 [¶21,896R] JURISDICTION – EMPLOYER STATUS Labor Code § 6304 (2011) – Employer, a provider of personnel and related services, was an “employer” subject to the Division’s jurisdiction … Read More »

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STRATEGIC OUTSOURCING INC.

38 COR 40-6650 [¶21,895R] JURISDICTION – EMPLOYER STATUS Labor Code § 6304 (2011) – Employer, a provider of personnel and related services, was an “employer” subject to the Division’s jurisdiction … Read More »

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AES HUNTINGTON BEACH, LLC.

38 COR 40-6637 [¶ 21,883] PENALTIES – FAILURE TO REPORT SERIOUS INJURY Cal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 342(a) (2011) – Employer did not report a serious injury to the … Read More »

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PRISON INDUSTRY AUTHORITY

37 COR 40-6409 [¶ 21,637] EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE STATUS LAB. § 6304 (2010) – A state agency that conducted commercial enterprises within a state prison was an “employer” responsible for enforcement of … Read More »

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