Workplace Safety Attorneys Clarify Employers’ Rights to Be Present in an OSHA Walk-Around Inspection
An employer has a right to guide the walk-around inspection when an OSHA compliance safety and health officer shows up at the workplace. Sometimes, however, multiple employers are present at a worksite. A construction site is one such example. In an article for Rock Road Recycle, partners Travis Vance and Pamela Williams explain the possible recourse subcontractor employers may have if they receive OSHA citations based on an inspection the general contractor agreed to but subcontractors did not know about.
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