The Firehouse Lawyer Newsletter

Results for newsletters with the topic “Safety ” and the subtopic “Accident Investigations

This month, the Firehouse Lawyer sheds light on changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act, with respect to the "white collar" exemptions; changes to the post-incident investigation procedures of employers under the Occupational Safety and Health Act; notice to third parties of public records requests, and when that notice should be given and when not; a new electronic records law that affirmatively requires local agencies in Washington to adopt policies on electronic records; a court case involving standing to sue under the Open Public Meetings Act; and finally, we discuss our involvement in an important Washington Supreme Court case. 14-8E20168August2016.pdf
The Washington Court of Appeals recently decided an important case relating to when posts on a private Facebook page are "public records" subject to disclosure by a public agency; we also inform our readers about the upcoming Municipal Roundtable and remind our readers to keep records on occupational injury and illness. 16-0120182February2018_FINAL.pdf
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