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Drew Eckl & Farnham Expands Georgia Presence with Addition of Albany Office

March 01, 2019 BY DEF Admin | Firm News

"Drew Eckl & Farnham is pleased to announce the expansion of their Georgia presence with the addition of two partners and an office in Albany, GA. Fred Lee and Dave Orlowski, formerly partners in Lee Orlowski, will be joining the firm as partners as of March 1." ... Continue Reading

OSHA Top Ten Violations: Number Two

October 02, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

Coming in at number 2 on the OSHA top Ten Citation list is Hazard communication (29 CFR 1910.1200) with 3,671 violations. ... Continue Reading

OSHA Top Ten Violations: Number One

September 18, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

Last week OSHA released the preliminary numbers for the top ten violations. The data includes violations from October 1, 2018-August 31, 2019 and is not final, but most likely will resemble the final numbers. I am going to take the top ten violations, one each post and address some issues and best practices in an effort to help employers reduce these violations. ... Continue Reading

OSHA News Release

September 11, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

I continuously check the OSHA news releases to keep up to speed on OSHA policies, procedures and enforcement. One recent release caught my attention based on one of my prior posts about whistleblower enforcement by OSHA. ... Continue Reading

OSHA Basics: Recovery Efforts

September 04, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

With Hurricane Dorian closing in on the US coast and based on the number of utility vehicles I have seen heading south on I-75 to aid in recovery efforts, it is important to protect those individuals who are bravely taking on hurricane recovery efforts and exposing themselves to the unique and extensive set of risks those efforts encounter. ... Continue Reading

OSHA 101: Is It Cheaper to Run the Risk of an OSHA Citation or Enact Preventative Safety Measures?

August 28, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

Below is the chart of current OSHA maximum penalties per violation so you can see the potential cost of citations. ... Continue Reading

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