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The Daily Report Recognizes DEF's newly Elected Partners

January 2, 2020 BY DEF Admin | Firm News

"The Daily Report recognized DEF’s four newly elected partners, who all happen to be women. Already partner, Jennifer Parrott, has been promoted to equity partner, while Vivian Fisher, Whitney Lay Greene and Melody Kiella have been announced as partners. 

The Daily Report article highlights our firm’s first ever partnership class composed of all women. “Drew Eckl’s partnership did not overtly aim to elect an all-female class, said the Atlanta firm’s managing partner, Joe Chancey, but it does point to an increased focus, as at many firms, on supporting women lawyers." ... Continue Reading

Highlights of Occupational Fatalities that occurred in 2018

January 08, 2020 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

Every once and awhile you get a statement from OSHA on the state of Occupational injuries. Recently OSHA made a statement on Occupational Fatalities that occurred in 2018. ... Continue Reading

REPEAT VIOLATIONS ESCALATE POTENTIAL CITATIONS

December 11, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

OSHA Region 4 cited an Alabama location of a nation retail chain with over $300,000 in penalties for a "long history of serious and repeated violations. ... Continue Reading

OSHA TOP TEN VIOLATIONS: NUMBER SIX

November 20, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

Back to the top ten violations. At number 6 is the Ladder regulation in construction. Ladders (construction) (29 CFR 1926.1053) accounted for 2,345 violations. ... Continue Reading

Construction Safety in Relation to Holes in Roofs or Floors

November 13, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

Do you know how to properly cover a hole? Do you know when to cover a hole? Did you know OSHA defines a hole as a gap or void 2 or more inches in its dimension in a floor, roof or other walking/working surface? ... Continue Reading

OSHA News Release

November 06, 2019 BY Neil Brunetz | Publications & Presentations

I realize we still have not made it through the top ten citation list, but if I am able to get across one point of safety it would be that "falls are the leading cause of fatalities in construction." ... Continue Reading

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