Industry Urges Appeals Court To Reject OSHA Inspection Authority Push
April 11, 2017
A poultry processing facility is urging federal judges to reject OSHA's appeal of a lower court's ruling that held the agency lacks authority to expand an inspection beyond the circumstances of an employee's injury, faulting OSHA arguments that the company's injury reporting provided “reasonable suspicion” of a possible violation. In an April 7 brief in the case , In re: Inspection of Mar-Jac Poultry, Inc. , the company argues that OSHA has failed to provide sufficient evidence to support a...
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