OSHA Defense in Georgia
To work efficiently, your company needs to put certain processes in place. When government agencies like OSHA regulate everything you do, it makes it very difficult to run your business while maintaining profitability. If your company is facing an OSHA citation, you have the right to hire a lawyer to defend your company's practices.
At Key Harrington Barnes PC, we know what business owners face every day. Our firm is dedicated to helping employers run a profitable business while creating a work environment where their employees can thrive. We have seen the damage an OSHA citation can do to a company, and we know how to counter it. Our lawyers have years of experience working on cases all over the southern half of the country and offer skilled OSHA defense to companies in Georgia.Compliance With OSHA Standards Should not Cost You Your Business
Georgia has a wide range of industries that must comply with OSHA standards, including:
- Food processing
- Automobile manufacturing
- Logistics and transportation
All of these industries have a wide range of issues they may have to deal with when it comes to OSHA compliance. Knowing which issues your company may face can be overwhelming when you look at the extensive list of regulations. It is no wonder that many companies are in violation of OSHA standards even though they strive to keep their employees safe.
Our attorneys investigate the allegations against your company and acquire the necessary evidence and documentation to defend you. They keep you on track to meet all deadlines and attend meetings and hearings regarding your case. In addition, our firm can help you with compliance issues as part of this process, both to show you are improving the situation and to prevent an OSHA violation from reoccurring. Our main goal is to minimize any damage to your company and get the citation withdrawn.Defend Your Company Against Allegations Of Safety Violations
Contact our office in Dallas, Texas, at (214) 615-7925 to schedule your confidential consultation regarding OSHA violations in Georgia. Our firm offers reasonable fees and retainers to help employers who cannot afford full-time in-house counsel.