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Best Management Practices and COVID-19 Resources for Mine Operators

As local, state, federal, and global agencies scramble to keep up with the constantly developing information regarding exposure to, and protection from, COVID-19, there are steps that mine operators can take to best protect their personnel and operations, as well as the public at large. Some of these steps are mandated by regulation while others are guidance issued by medical authorities or other…

COVID-19 and Workplaces

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” While our earlier post concerned what employers can do to promote a healthy and sanitary workplace to help fight the spread of the novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”), this post will discuss what an employer can do when one of its workers shows up to work displaying symptoms of COVID-19. With its high infectivity rate, this is becoming a more and more…

KARL F. KUMLI JOINS JACKSON KELLY PLLC

Jackson Kelly PLLC is pleased to announce that Karl F. Kumli has joined the firm’s Workplace Safety and Health practice group as an Associate in the Denver, Colorado office. Prior to joining Jackson Kelly PLLC, Karl was Regulatory Compliance Counsel with Triumvirate Environmental with a focus on Regulatory, Administrative, and Labor and Employment matters.

Karl received his law…

OSHA RESCINDS LETTER PERMITTING UNION WALKAROUNDS IN NON-UNION WORKSITES

For clients and friends of Jackson Kelly PLLC
Volume 13, Number 8
©2017 Jackson Kelly PLLC


The Department of Labor rescinded an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) memorandum permitting union or community organization representatives to walk around with OSHA inspectors during inspections of non-union employers.  Based on this action, a pending legal…

THE WISH LIST FOR THE NEW SECRETARY OF LABOR

For clients and friends of Jackson Kelly PLLC
Volume 13, Number 1
©2017 Jackson Kelly PLLC

Happy New Year! Both the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) and the Federal Mine Safety and Health Administration (“MSHA”) have been busy clearing out any lingering rulemaking or policy decisions before the end of the current Administration.

For the new Administration, here is…

 

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