A Relationship between California OSHA and Wells Fargo

Pomona, CA: As occupational health and safety regulations continue to be strengthened, California OSHA complaints have evolved from the sensational debacle surrounding allegations that banking giant Wells Fargo established accounts in the names of various Wells Fargo clients allegedly without their permission, in a bid to increase fees. Various fines have been levied against the bank, investigations have been launched and thousands of Wells Fargo employees have lost their jobs in the wake of the alleged wrongdoing.

October 15, 2016

Contractor Fined by Cal-OSHA, Lawsuit Cites Personal Injuries in Blast

McFarland, CA: It was in November of last year that an industrial accident involving a natural gas pipeline led to an explosion that killed one man and badly injured two women living in a nearby home destroyed in the blast.

July 15, 2016

Proposed Bill Aims at Standards for Indoor Workers

Sacramento, CA: We should know in a little more than a year what Cal-OSHA, the Division of Occupational Safety and Health for the state of California, comes up with in terms of proposals to regulate indoor working conditions with an aim to setting standards for workers who toil indoors.

June 18, 2016

California Warehouse Cited for OSHA Violations, Faces Class-Action Lawsuit

Wilmington, CA: A complaint by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) together with a California OSHA labor class-action lawsuit filed in late 2014 combine to allege both health and safety hazards, and retaliation against union activity undertaken by workers at the California Cartage Company and Orient Tally Company.

April 15, 2016

Is California’s Heat Illness Prevention Act Actually Working?

Sacramento, CA: There appears to be a disconnect between what the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) views as heat-related deaths amongst agricultural workers in the state and deaths that have nonetheless resulted following long hours toiling in the hot sun.

January 4, 2016

California OSHA Labor Lawsuit Seeks to Hold Defendant to Original Settlement

Los Angeles, CA: A California whistleblower who sued his former employer over unsafe working conditions and won a settlement has yet to see a dime after his former employer folded the company and reorganized operations under a different name, allegedly to avoid complying with the settlement. Undaunted, the US Department of Labor has launched a California OSHA labor lawsuit against the former employer of Herbert Alexander.

November 4, 2015

Former Coach Sues UCSB, Cites Unsafe Work Environment

Santa Barbara, CA A safe work environment, or lack thereof, is a relative term. And sometimes an unsafe work environment has little to do with equipment or machinery and everything to do with workplace dynamics. Such is the case over a California OSHA Labor Lawsuit filed earlier this month by the former coach for the women’s water polo team at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB).

September 25, 2015

Injury Risk Not Lost on Knott’s Plaintiff Who Now Suffers from Vision Problems

Buena Park, LA There are indeed two “T’s” in “Knott,” but a young California girl who suffers from double vision after hitting her head and breaking a bone above her right eye on an amusement park ride at Knott’s Berry Farm is seeing a lot more than double-T’s, as the result of an Amusement Park Accident.

July 14, 2015

Respecting Caitlin Jenner and Her Community Under the Law

Sacramento, CA Our introduction this past week to Caitlin Jenner, as sensational as it may have been played out in the media, reminds us that with the modern realities of tolerance and equality, transgendering is anything but sensational and is increasingly accepted carte blanche as an aspect of the new normal. As a result, lawmakers have been grappling with updates of definitions and approaches to traditional bastions such as public and workplace washrooms.

June 6, 2015

Denied Disability: When Injuries Affect Work

La Quinta, CA For employees injured at the workplace, having a disability claim denied can be particularly frustrating. They may find that their injury has resulted in them having to change jobs or make severe modifications, possibly even cutting back on their hours worked. Having a denied disability claim might mean that they no longer have the money to live on or money to pay for necessary medical treatments. This can be all the more trying if their injury happened through no fault of their own.

April 7, 2014
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