What is Cal/OSHA?
Cal/OSHA is a program responsible for ensuring that California laws and regulations involving the workplace are adhered to in order to secure the health and safety of all workers. In addition, they provide assistance to employees regarding safety and health concerns. If you believe that your employer is not in compliance with a safety regulation, please speak with a lawyer from our firm immediately. Cal/OSHA will inspect workplaces if unsafe conditions are brought to their attention through worker complaints and accident reports. There are various units throughout the state that are meant to ensure the safety of employers. Industries that are especially hazardous such as construction, mining, and tunneling may have regular inspections in order to prevent injuries. Cal/OSHA enables workers to question and eventually handle unsafe working conditions.
More About OSHA
OSHA stands for Occupational Safety and Health Act. OSHA is a federal law that regulates workplace safety. When employers do not comply with OSHA safety standards it can result in serious injury or even death. Unhandled defective machinery or other hazardous conditions in the workplace may result in catastrophic injuries sustained by workers. If you or a loved one has been injured at work due to Cal/OSHA non-compliance, or you would like to find out more about your case, please speak with one of our attorneys today. We can help you to understand OSHA better and advise you on your best course of action.
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