Pending OSHA rule mandating preventative programs could add to operators’ burden
In late January, attorney Matthew Deffebach was in the middle of three trials involving the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and he says he expects that number to grow. Deffebach, a partner with Haynes and Boone LLP, heads up the law firm’s OSHA practice in Houston, a vantage point from which he has seen the federal agency ramp up its enforcement efforts in the past few years. While OSHA once focused on blue-collar industries, its sights have expanded to include more ...
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