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  • OSHA Violations Can Hurt a Business

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is certainly a good-intentioned organization, but its heavy hand on writing citations can give a company a bad name. Your Texas company should know ... Read Article

October Posts

  • OSHA Violations Can Hurt a Business

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is certainly a good-intentioned organization, but its heavy hand on writing citations can give a company a bad name. Your Texas company should know the safety regulations for your business, and ensure they meet and follow all ... Read Article
  • Whistleblower Appeals to 3rd-level District Court

    Is it justice when two courts review a case and determine the same outcome, and the plaintiff continues to appeal? How many levels of de novo review should be allowed? That is the question regarding a whistleblower who worked for the defendant, URS Corporation (URS), until she ... Read Article
  • Fertilizer Plant in Texas Cited by OSHA

    Most of us remember the big explosion that occurred in April this year at Adair Grain, Inc., in Texas, where 15 employees lost their lives. The huge blast at the fertilizer plant left a huge hole in the ground as a memorial. Well, the OSHA has finally finished their inspection, ... Read Article
  • National Pipe & Plastics Contests OSHA Violations

    When a company is cited with OSHA violations, they have a right to contest the violations within 15 days. There may be extenuating circumstances why a violation occurs, or a violation may be proven to be less serious than it is cited as. The seriousness of a violation also ... Read Article
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