Each year OSHA identifies the standards that lead to the most frequent citations. The last set covers October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018. Each year there are some of the same standards. Four of the latest top ten are directly linked to falls. Fall protection, scaffolding, ladders and Fall protection training. You could address 4 of the 10 most cited standards by training related to working at heights and fall protection. Sounds like a cost effective place to start.
If you have already covered those topics, follow the link to OSHA’s top ten list and see what you can address next.
Mr. Brunetz has experience working as an outside general counsel for a technology company assisting the company in negotiating and finalizing NDAs, SaaS agreements and technology development agreements as well as many other aspects of the company’s business. His legal experience also includes courtroom representation of clients in civil litigation matters, including personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, construction, contract, commercial disputes, and malpractice actions.