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FLASH: Company Officials Charged in Electrocution It was supposed to be a small project to support a local football team, but inattention to detail killed a worker and seriously injured another. Now a Southern California safety professional, his boss and a crew chief face criminal charges in the incident. Find out what happened and how safety professionals and employers can avoid charges. Click here. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Cal/OSHA Delays Silica Standard Enforcement Construction gets some extra breathing room to prove that silica control methods Fed-OSHA doesn't recognize shouldn’t be part of California’s controversial standard. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Fed-OSHA Delays Silica Standard – Will Cal/OSHA? The effective date of a controversial regulation to prevent silica exposure has been pushed back by three months by OSHA. But what about California? Read more here ... More...

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Cal/OSHA Failed To Quash Bias Findings Against Its Investigator What made the Division of Occupational Safety and Health go to so far as to seek to expunge comments by a respected administrative law judge in an injury case. It's all about inspector bias.  Read more here ... More...
Company Officials Charged in High School Electrocution Two twenty-something workers' lives are changed forever in a booster club project gone horribly awry. Now a CEO and two employees face criminal charges in the deadly event. Read about the circumstances here. Read more here ... More...
Fatal Falls Still a Tragic Reality Each year, construction employers around the country hold “stand-downs” to remind workers about fall hazards. But statistics suggest those events should be extended to general industry. Read more here ... More...
COSHO Murphine Testimony Impeached in Sea World Case Here are some examples of what Sea World says are inconsistencies and bias on the part of a Cal/OSHA inspector.  Read more here ... More...
More Workplace Fatalities Workers are crushed, workers fall, workers die. Here is the latest on recent Cal/OSHA investigations. Read more here ... More...