Cal-OSHA Non-Compliance

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Cal- OSHA Non-Compliance

The California Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires that a firm seek a permit before engaging in certain work activities. The state then inspects before issuing the permit to ensure safety rules are complied with. Where workers are injured due to deliberate non-compliance with Cal- OSHA regulations, they may file suit for full damages in the civil courts for intentional misconduct, the Workers' Compensation law notwithstanding.

Those injured due to Cal- OSHA non-compliance are urged to contact a Los Angeles harbor industrial machinery accident lawyer.

Where Cal-OSHA Permits Are Required

Contractors engaging in the following activity must first obtain a Cal- OSHA permit:

  • Construction of trenches more than five feet deep where a worker must descend.
  • Construction of any building or scaffold more than three stories in height.
  • Demolition of any building or dismantling of any scaffold more than three stories in height.
  • Setting up a fixed or mobile tower crane.
  • Use of diesel engines in underground mines and tunnels.
  • Use of air tanks and propane storage tanks over 125 gallons and high pressure boilers with over 15 pounds per square inch pressure.
  • Installation of elevators for either freight or passengers.
  • Initiation of work on materials containing asbestos.

Industrial Machinery Accident Lawyer in Los Angeles

Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation provides energetic representation to clients injured in industrial machinery accidents due to non-compliance with Cal- OSHA regulations in the Los Angeles area.

When a client contacts Attorney David Shoop, he investigates to determine the cause of the accident and what Cal-OSHA regulations may have been violated.

He then brings suit for the client to recover medical costs, hospital bills, loss of income and pain and suffering.

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