Workplace Safety and Health (OSHA/MSHA)
The Workplace Safety and Health (OSHA/MSHA) Practice Group assists clients in navigating state and federal safety and health laws to find practical business solutions to workplace safety and health problems.
We are counselors, advisors, negotiators, trial lawyers and appellate advocates with respect to all elements of workplace safety and health laws, and we take a practical, efficient, hands-on approach to addressing issues arising under those laws. We have deep experience in the full spectrum of workplace safety and health matters arising under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, state health and safety plans, and the Mine Safety and Health Act. Members of our Workplace Safety and Health Practice Group assist clients with compliance, internal audits, expert retention and evaluation, agency inspections, catastrophe response, litigation, and appeals. Our working relationships with many federal and state regulatory agencies provides us with practical insights often needed to solve unique client dilemmas. Our philosophy is simple: we use our deep subject matter expertise to quickly identify key issues and develop practical strategies to achieve the best possible result for our clients.
Types of Clients The Workplace Safety and Health (OSHA/MSHA) Practice Group Represents:
Clients we have represented include those in the following industries: steel manufacturing and fabrication; building and consumer products; specialty chemicals, paints and coatings; heavy equipment manufacturers; residential and commercial construction and demolition; mobile equipment manufacturers; poultry processing; commercial laundry; transportation; railroad equipment supply; refining and petrochemical; scrap and recycling; mining and aggregates; electrical and gas supply utilities; outdoor advertising; food manufacturing; retail grocery; warehousing and logistics; defense manufacturing; temporary staffing services; aviation manufacturing; explosives and pyrotechnics manufacturing; chemical manufacturing and many more.
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