OSHA Investigates More Temp Agencies

By | OSHA Law Blog | November 28, 2014
OSHA Investigates More Temp Agencies

Eighteen months after OSHA announced the Temporary Worker Initiative (TWI), the inspection numbers show that OSHA has been aggressively investigating temporary worker staffing agencies for compliance with OSHA requirements and citing those agencies when violations are found.   

Imputing Knowledge in Virginia OSHA Violations

By | Virginia OSHA Law News | November 4, 2014
Imputing Knowledge in Virginia OSHA Violations

There are few cases found, and even fewer opinions on, Virginia OSHA disputes.  One such opinion was issued in September: Atlantic Environmental Construction Co. v. Malveaux, Commissioner, in which the Court of Appeals held appellant Atlantic liable for violating VOSH standards and affirmed two of the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry’s citations against Atlantic.