"Each employer - shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment, which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees."
OSHA Citations & Penalties
What do you do if OSHA comes through your door or arrives on your jobsite?
As a client of
Employers Resource Associates, LLC,
We provide the support you need if this occurs. From citation review to penalty adjustment or abatement issues, we can assist in helping you through the process.
The Budget and Reconciliation Act, which was passed by the 101st Congress, increased the amount for penalties that may be imposed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Employers Resource Associates, LLC performs an Initial Confidential Worksite Risk Analysis that will evaluate and identify the strengths and weaknesses of your current safety programs and compliancy with federal and state mandated OSHA requirements. We are well versed in hazard recognition as well as identifying other health and safety issues that may impact the financial well-being of your business.
Employers Resource Associates, LLC can provide these inspections based on Initial Worksite Risk Analysis to monitor ongoing compliance, abatement of findings, or if changes are made to work procedures/ methods or environment.
WORKSITE RISK ANALYSIS
This “General Duty” clause in the Act expresses the fundamental goal of protecting a company's most valuable asset -- it's employees
Have a question about specific penalties, call or email us and we will provide you with the findings.
The 1970 OSH Act provides that:
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Hazards can be introduced over time as the workflow or work processes change, equipment or tools become worn, maintenance is neglected, or housekeeping practices decline.
Regular inspections to the workplace for hazards can help identify problems so that they can be addressed before an incident occurs.
Worksite Risk Analysis assists in reducing exposure of liability from OSHA non-compliance resulting in penalties and determines the appropriate steps required to control/ reduce losses resulting from accidents and injuries.
Currently the maximum allowable penalty of $132,598 for each willful or repeated violation and $13,260 for each serious or other than serious violation may be assessed.
The Worksite Risk Analysis includes: