August 7, 2020
Attorney Backs OSHRC ‘Repeat’ Violation Finding, Says OSHA Case Moot
A court-appointed attorney is backing a finding by OSHA’s independent review panel that raised the bar for when the agency can cite a company for “repeat” violations for workplace safety rules and impose strict penalties, rejecting an agency challenge to the finding as ignoring the facts of the case and as moot because no remedy is possible. In a Feb. 28 brief , attorney Charles Cole, a court-appointed amicus curie in support of the Occupational Safety and Health Review...
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