LOS ANGELES CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT 0000139

48 COR 40-8452 [¶23,129] JURISDICTION – SPECIAL ORDERSLabor Code §§ 6305, 6308 (2021) – The Division did not establish how compliance with a special order regulating Employer’s use of aerial … Read More »

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RIVERSIDE CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT

47 COR 40-8303 [¶23,049R] SAFE PRACTICES AND PERSONAL PROTECTION – PERSONAL SAFETY DEVICES AND SAFEGUARDS, HEAT ILLNESS PREVENTION, ACCESS TO SHADECal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 3395(d)(3) (2020) – The … Read More »

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DAVEY TREE SURGERY CO. (3)

44  COR 40-7842 [¶22,702R] INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM (IIPP) – PROCEDURES FOR IDENTIFYING AND EVALUATING WORKPLACE HAZARDS, INCLUDING SCHEDULED PERIODIC INSPECTIONS Cal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 3203(a)(4) (2017) … Read More »

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COURTNEY, INC.

42  COR 40-7199 [¶22,446] PENALTIES – FAILURE TO REPORT SERIOUS INJURYCal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 342(a) (2015) – A fire authority’s report of a serious injury to the Division … Read More »

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ORANGE COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY (2)

40 COR 40-6873 [¶22,145R] REPORTING – LOCAL FIRE OR POLICE AGENCY Cal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 342(b), Labor Code § 6409.2 (2013) – After responding to a request for … Read More »

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Chevron Fire Ignites War of Words

A nearly catastrophic Aug. 6 fire at the Chevron oil refinery in Richmond sparked a tense exchange between the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) and the U.S. Chemical … Read More »

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BINDER TECH

38 COR 40-6632 [¶ 21,875] PENALTIES – EMPLOYER OUT OF BUSINESS Employer was no longer in business and had no intention of resuming business. Thus, all penalties were eliminated. Summary … Read More »

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