Conn. Agencies Regs. § 31-371-13 - Imminent danger

Current through August 18, 2021

Whenever and as soon as an Occupational Safety and Health Officer concludes on the basis of an inspection that conditions or practices exist in any place of employment which could reasonably be expected to cause death or serious physical harm immediately or before the imminence of such danger can be eliminated through the enforcement procedures otherwise provided by the Act, he shall inform the affected employees and employers of the danger and that he is recommending a civil action to restrain such conditions or practices and for other appropriate relief in accordance with the provisions of section 31-380 of the Act. Appropriate citations and notices of proposed penalties may be issued with respect to an imminent danger even though, after being informed of such danger by the Occupational Safety and Health Officer, the employer immediately eliminates the imminence of the danger and initiates steps to abate such danger.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 31-371-13
Effective September 11, 1974

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