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What Employers Need to Know About OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy

6.23.19

What Employers Need to Know About OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy

Multi-employer worksites are a frequent occurrence in the construction industry as employees from various companies often occupy the same site while a project is being completed. While the need for employees from different companies may be necessary to perform the various tasks required by a project, the presence of multiple employers, and their employees, on the same worksite can result in an increased risk of safety hazards. In a bylined article for Construction Executive, New Jersey attorney Phillip Bauknight outlines the four categories of employers that are present on a construction site and their potential liabilities: creating employer, exposing employer, correcting employer and controlling employer.

To read the article, please visit Construction Executive.

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