OSHA Compliance And Workers’ Comp
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires all employers to provide a workplace that is free from recognized hazards. It specifies different regulations for various industries. Failure of construction industry employers to act in compliance with OSHA standards can result in serious injuries to workers.
At , & , LLC, our construction accident attorneys have a detailed understanding of relevant OSHA regulations. We use this knowledge to help construction workers who have suffered serious work injuries, as well as families who have lost loved ones in fatal work accidents. To discuss your OSHA compliance case in a free consultation, call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228.
Knowledge Of OSHA Requirements
OSHA regulations are designed to ensure worker safety, prevent accidents and create statutory codes to define who is responsible for avoiding accidents. They require construction industry employers to follow certain procedures for:
- Managing commitment to safety and health
- Identifying and eliminating hazards
- Planning for emergencies
- Properly training employees
- Recording and posting injuries and fatalities
When an accident takes place at a construction site, OSHA generally sends someone to investigate the incident. OSHA investigators will take thorough inventory of the site, working to determine whether an OSHA violation caused or contributed to the accident. The result of this investigation and identification of fault can be used to support your personal injury case.
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If you believe you were hurt at a construction site as a result of an OSHA violation, we can help. Contact us online or call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228 to arrange a free case evaluation. Our office is near New Haven, in proximity to the intersection of I-91, I-95 and I-84. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
We handle OSHA compliance cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay nothing until we get results for you.