What Happens If You Don’t Pay OSHA Fines?
Ever wonder what the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) would do if an employer refused to pay a fine? A recent Third Circuit Court of Appeals case shows that it’s not just the employer that needs to be concerned. In an Occupational Health & Safety bylined article, Benjamin Ross and Travis Vance examine a New Jersey-based construction company that failed to pay OSHA penalties for more than four years and the resulting court case, which found the company’s president in contempt and liable for the penalty.
To read the full article, visit Occupational Health & Safety.