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May 2019 Archives

Third-party cases: Settlement offered to injured Tesla worker

Many questions have been asked about employee safety at Tesla plants over recent years. The subject of the company's compliance with state and federal safety standards is in the news once again after it offered an injured worker a settlement of $13 million in a civil suit. Although the California workers' compensation is typically the only recourse for workplace accident victims, certain circumstances allow them to file third-party cases in a civil court.

Beware of hazards that cause workplace injuries on summer jobs

With the imminent end of the school year, thousands of high school and college students in California will be looking forward to reporting for their summer jobs. This could be the ideal start of a planned career or just a way of earning an income, but workers must never lose sight of safety hazards that could lead to workplace injuries. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires employers to prioritize employee safety, regardless of the age or level of experience of workers.

When do workplace injuries become 3rd-party cases?

As the California workforce grows, so does the number of serious and fatal workplace injuries. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health says that all workplace accidents are preventable, and it is the responsibility of employers to provide safe work environments. They must also comply with safety standards, failing which might lead to third-party cases in which employers are accused of negligence.

Cal/OSHA regulations to prevent smoke-related workplace injuries

Following the massive 2018 wildfires, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health is seeking emergency regulations to protect workers from smoke inhalation. The intention is to limit smoke-related workplace injuries. The special rules will apply to all workers who are exposed to smoke from wildfires.

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