A vital part of maintaining a successful business is cultivating a safe and healthy working environment. Most companies strive to accomplish that and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration provides educational information to help them. OSHA also establishes regulations to hold companies accountable. While all companies should aim for OSHA compliance, the pressures of running a profitable business and the volume of rules to follow can make it challenging. A Tennessee OSHA defense attorney from Cotney Construction Law can take this important task off your hands.
What Does OSHA Look for When Visiting Your Site?
OSHA determines if a company is compliant via their inspection process. While in most cases inspections are unannounced, you can gain insight on the types of items they may look for by examining their annual list of most cited violations. A recent list included violations involving:
- Fall protection
- Hazard communications
- Electrical, wiring methods
- Powered industrial trucks
- Machine guarding
- Respiratory protection
Tennessee OSHA Defense Attorneys from Trent Cotney P.A.
Few law firms have the depth of experience in OSHA policy of the Tennessee OSHA defense attorneys at Cotney Construction Law. Our OSHA experts understand the nuances of OSHA regulations and can vigorously defend you should you face an OSHA citation.
We are adept at engaging OSHA in both proactive and reactive ways. You can contact a Tennessee OSHA defense attorney for help with the following:
- OSHA compliance audits
- Safety programs
- Inspection preparation
- Inspection representation
- Counsel when dealing with workplace injuries or fatalities
- Creating a Notice of Intent to Contest
If you would like to speak with one of our experienced Tennessee OSHA defense attorneys, please contact us at 1-866-303-5868, or submit our contact request form.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.