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5 Apr, 2022

Don’t Have a Cow: Nebraska Cattle Owner Liability for Loose or Escaped Cows on Roadways

2022-04-05T15:15:56-05:00April 5th, 2022|Accident Investigation, Agriculture, Farm Management|

You’re a cattle owner and one of your more ornery cows has escaped the pasture. Of course the pasture was fenced so you’re unsure of how she managed to escape. Before you can find her, you discover a cattle-vehicle collision on the highway not far from the pasture. Lo and behold, the vehicle collided with your cow while she was crossing the highway. Unfortunately, the other driver was injured.  Can [...]

16 Jun, 2021

How Should You Respond to An Accident on the Jobsite?

2021-06-12T09:43:38-05:00June 16th, 2021|Accident Investigation, Construction Contractor Advisor, OSHA|

If you have ever experienced a serious accident on the jobsite, you know it can be an incredibly stressful experience.  Having a plan in place setting forth how you expect employees to respond will help your company respond competently and quickly to an accident.  Here are a few things to consider for your plan: Prepare a checklist of how you want employees to respond to an accident, including: Who should [...]

8 Oct, 2013

What Is Your Accident Investigation Procedure?

2018-04-23T23:55:16-05:00October 8th, 2013|Accident Investigation, Construction Contractor Advisor|

Even though everyone has safety measures in place, accidents on construction sites do happen. When accidents do happen, contractors must respond to (a) the accident victims, (b) governmental authorities, such as OSHA, and (c) the media. In order to effectively manage the response, contractors must have a post-accident or disaster response plan and employees trained in how to implement the plan. Post-accident or disaster response plans will vary by trade [...]

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