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My husband was burnt at his place of employment
he suffered severe burns at his place of employment, but it was not work related, because his employer had an old truck in the building that he and other employees would go help work on. Is this and OSHA violation?
I'm so sorry to hear about his tragedy, I definitely think that it is a violation and that his employer should be held responsible because it was at his work place even though theoretically it wasn't work related. Was it on work time?
He is on salary, but it was after his usual to go home. He has scaring in his chest and forehead. Radiator cap popped off, antifreeze was in the radiator too. They had him file it under workman's comp. The medical bills were paid. Is there a SOL?
by Zaiden Jace4 years ago
Do employers always check your last place of employment before hiring you?
by travmaj3 years ago
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by Timothius5 years ago
Can an employer force an employee to not express his opinion about the company through contract?Is that a violation of Freedom of Speech/Expression?
by Gary Anderson7 years ago
I cannot find any violation here. I want to know what I am violating. I will take this content elsewhere if I can't get an answer. I checked the links and they appear to be solid websites. Any help will be appreciated:...
by Gemini Fox3 years ago
Published a hub on Oklahoma (please don’t get started on how it might be too generic – I had fun doing it). It became the template for my following hubs on Arizona and New Mexico. The Oklahoma one...
by Keith Schroeder6 years ago
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