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4 4 COR 40-7840 [䜮,699R] APPEA L – LATE FILING Board reg. § 359.1 (2017) – Employer did not establish good cause for filing its appeal outside of the 15-working-day time period. Diges t o f COSHAB's Denial of Petition for Reconsideration dated Ma y 11, 2017, Inspection No. 1151700.
44 COR 40-7840 [䜮,698R]
APPEA L – LATE FILING Labor Code § 6601, Board reg. § 359(d) (2017) – Employer failed to demonstrate good cause for filing a late appeal.
Diges t o f COSHAB's Denial of Petition for Reconsideration dated May 1 1 , 2017, Inspection No. 1158477.
4 4 COR 40-7838 [䜮,697] PERSONA L SAFETY DEVICES AND SAFEGUARDS – PERSONAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES, HAZARD ASSESSMENT AND EQUIPMENT SELECTION Cal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 3380(f)(2) – Employer failed to verify, through a written certification, that a hazard assessment related to operating all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) had been performed. PERSONA L SAFETY DEVICES AND SAFEGUARDS – PERSONAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES, PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) Cal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 3380(f)(1)(A) – Employer failed to adequately assess the hazards of operating ATVs and select the proper PPE to protect against those hazards.
4 4 COR 40-7837 [䜮,696] INJU R Y AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM (IIPP) – EFFECTIVE IIPP Cal. Code Regs, tit. 8, §§ 1509(a), 3203(a) – The Division failed to establish that Employer, a construction contractor, did not establish, implement and maintain an effective IIPP that met the requirements of §3203. PENA L TIE S – WILLFUL CLASSIFICATION Cal. Code Regs, tit. 8, § 334(e) – The Division established that Employer's violation of §1630(a), failure to provide a construction passenger elevator in connection with construction of a multistory apartment building more than 60 feet in height, was willful.
4 4 COR 40-7837 [䜮,695] FINANCIA L HARDSHIP – SETTLEMENT Employer failed to establish that it was entitled to penalty relief beyond what a settlement agreement with the Division provided, because there was no showing that further penalty reduction would benefit or improve employee safety. However, Employer demonstrated financial hardship warranting relief in the form of a payment plan extension.
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