OSHA Tries Fourth Amendment “Work-around” By: Gary Visscher, Esq. What constitutes a reasonable scope for an inspection after the employer reports an injury or an employee complaint is received, is before a federal district court in Georgia. The case involves poultry processor MarJac Poultry, Inc. Mar-Jac Poultry complied with OSHA’s 2014 injury reporting rule by reporting a burn to a maintenance employee in February 2016. The burns were caused by an arc-flash while the employee was repairing an electrical panel.

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