While this week has shown retaliation is apparently practiced in the military, the federal Department of Labor nevertheless is reminding employers that it’s illegal to retaliate against workers who report conditions made unsafe because of the COVID-19 pandemic. That means ...Read More »
The newly signed CARES Act was designed to help stimulate the economy while offering much-needed relief to both businesses and workers. On the whole, the package is looked at favorably, but some experts are saying CARES leaves certain workers vulnerable. ...Read More »
On May 12, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration published a final rule requiring certain employers to electronically submit workplace injury and illness information to OSHA and requiring all employers to adopt procedures to encourage employee reporting. According to OSHA, ...
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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit OSHA Single Employer Analysis Solis v. Loretto-Oswego Residential Health Care 11-888-ag Judges Calabresi, Sack and Hall Background: The Secretary of Labor petitioned for review a decision by the Occupational Safety and Health ...Read More »
NEW BERLIN — Federal inspectors have proposed fining a yogurt maker $178,000 safety violations at its upstate New York plant. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration says the problems at Agro Farma Inc.’s Chobani Greek Yogurt plant in Chenango County included ...Read More »
Wegmans has been hit with federal workplace safety citations carrying potential fines of nearly $200,000. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration on Tuesday accused Wegmans Food Markets Inc. of repeated violations at its corporate bakery and distribution center in Rochester.Read More »