We know OSHA law inside and out, and we have helped define how that law is interpreted and applied.With literally thousands of safety and health regulations to follow, compliance can be very difficult for employers. From the hazards of each specific job, to responding to natural disasters, workplace emergencies and pandemic response, we help you find effective solutions.
We provide management training on all occupational safety and health issues and help you develop robust, yet practical safety programs and stay on top of regulatory developments. We help you audit and identify what you need to do to be in compliance today—and tomorrow—and then help you with implementation.
We guide employers through the crucial hours during an agency inspection and through emergency response. If and when citations, litigation or criminal charges follow, we provide our clients with early case analysis, efficient case management and a tenacious defense.
Where compliance just is not feasible, we also assist in obtaining relief through variances and the rulemaking process.
Bloomberg Law | June 04, 2019
San Francisco Labor and Employment associate Rachel Conn wrote this contributed article outlining California’s recent actions to strengthen its occupational safety record-keeping rules in response to weakened protections at the federal level.
Bloomberg Environment | January 10, 2019
San Francisco Labor & Employment partner Jeff Tanenbaum is quoted in this article on a recurring set of safety issues identified by OSHA at a UPS distribution center in Ohio.
Bloomberg Law | August 12, 2018
San Francisco Labor and Employment partner Jeff Tanenbaum is quoted in this article discussing the new Cal/OSHA standards for workplace safety in health care professions.
OSHA Alert | 04.24.19
California Law Developments Alert | 08.27.18
OSHA Law Alert | 08.06.18
CAL/OSHA Alert | 10.19.17
Environment Law Alert | 10.19.17
Employment Law Alert | 05.22.17
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