Occupational Safety & Health Law

The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) provides for the setting of federal workplace health and safety standards by the Secretary of Labor, and their enforcement through inspections and penalties.

Many of the OSHA occupational safety regulations are very detailed. Failure to comply with these OSHA standards can not only result in penalties, but can also be used as evidence of negligence should an injury result.

OSHA also requires certain recordkeeping as to employee injuries.

How We Can Help

The attorneys of Harris Dowell Fisher & Harris, L.C., assist employers in conducting internal reviews of OSHA compliance and preparing appropriate safety plans and policies, as well as in responding to OSHA investigations.

Contact us to discuss how we may best assist you in this regard.

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