Tag Archives: OSHA

DOJ Indictment of Senior Project Manager Reminds Employers of Severity of Potential Consequences When Dealing With OSHA Inspectors

A 49-year-old senior project manager for a roofing contractor was indicted on April 19 on three charges that he made false, fictitious and fraudulent statements to federal OSHA investigators. The Department of Justice accuses Peter Nees of lying to OSHA investigators during the inspection that resulted from a fatality at a Jacksonville, Florida, roofing project. … Continue Reading

Trump Taps Acosta to Run the Department of Labor

On Feb. 16, 2017, President Donald Trump nominated Alex Acosta, a former member of the National Labor Relations Board and a federal prosecutor for the Southern District of Florida, as secretary of labor. Acosta’s nomination came after Trump’s original nominee for the position, Andrew Puzder, withdrew his nomination when Republican Senate leaders determined that they … Continue Reading