Florida OSHA Violations Defense Attorney
Defending Employers Against OSHA Violations Charges
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a government
agency put in place to ensure that workers are never placed in undue danger
while at their place of work. Employers are required to follow a number
of OSHA rules and guidelines in order to protect their employees from
any obstacles that could potentially threaten their health and safety.
Federal regulations under OSHA dictate the safety requirements in a broad
range of workplace environments including construction sites, research
facilities, schools, manufacturing plants, government buildings and offices,
food production or processing facilities, and a number of workplaces.
Even though you try to comply completely with OSHA regulations, sometimes
an existing hazard can pass by unnoticed until it is too late and an employee
could be injured. In fact most injuries in the workplace result from potentially
dangerous hazards going unreported to the employer until an accident happens.
If you are an employer and face charges involving the violation of OSHA
regulations, it is in your absolute best interest to seek the advice and
guidance of a qualified
Florida employment defense attorney immediately.
OSHA Violations Defense Lawyer in Florida
The attorneys at Cristal | Hanenian, Attorneys at Law are experts in the
field of employment defense law. They know that as an employer it may
be next to impossible to keep up with every single government restriction
or regulation and that usually the employers delegate the safety of their
establishment or business to another responsible individual. The firm
knows how to protect large and small businesses, insurance companies,
municipalities, and large corporations from the crippling effects of lawsuits
and other barriers to success. Their attorneys can be reached at any hour
of the day and pride themselves on this availability. Do not hesitate
to call; your future and the future of your business may depend on it.
Contact a Florida OSHA violations defense attorney
if you face OSHA Violations charges.