The U.S. Senate, on August 3, 2017, confirmed President Trump's nominations of Heather MacDougall of Jupiter, Florida, and James Sullivan of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to be Commissioners of the Occupational Safety & Health Review Commission. In addition, President Trump appointed Ms. MacDougall as Chairman of the Commission. Ms. MacDougall was sworn in today as the agency's 12th Chairman.
Following Inspection Number 1003916, an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspection of a worksite at 86 Congress Street, Salem, Massachusetts, 01970 (worksite), OSHA issued three citations to William Trahant, Jr. Construction, Inc. (Trahant or Respondent), alleging violations of OSHA's construction standards.
Respondent manufacturers fire dampers and HVAC products at its Facility. A former employee (JE), whose fingers were amputated by Respondent's Niagara Press Brake, filed a complaint with OSHA alleging numerous safety hazards.
On March 9, 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspected Respondent Chris Welch's (Respondent or Chris Welch) worksite located at 740 Bradley Road, Springfield, Massachusetts 01109.
Pending before the Court is Evergreen's motion seeking relief under Rule 60(b)(1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. In its motion, Evergreen argues it is entitled to relief under Rule 60(b)'s "excusable neglect" standard. (Mot. 3.).
On September 22, 2015, Respondent's employees were re-directing traffic on a busy public road in Boise, Idaho. During the course of their work, one of Respondent's employees was struck and seriously injured by a car.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) conducted an inspection of an U. S. Postal Service facility located at 7451 Tempelhof Dr., Ste. A, in Indianapolis, Indiana (Inspection). As a result of the Inspection, OSHA issued a Citation and Notification of Penalty (Citation) to the U. S. Postal Service on January 23, 2017, alleging one serious violation of the Act with a penalty of $6,791.00.