Firm Attorneys Earn OSHA 10 Certification

OSHA 10 Certification

The Perecman Firm, P.L.L.C. is proud to announce that all 10 of our attorneys have completed the OSHA 10-hour training and certification program through the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH).

OSHA 10-hour training teaches essential safety and health information to workers in construction and general industry. The programs address workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, the OSHA complaint process, accident investigations, and serious workplace hazards including ladders, slipping and tripping hazards, electrical hazards and other dangerous worksite conditions. Many employers require workers to hold an OSHA 10 card before they can begin work and the course is mandatory in some states and jurisdictions.

As Founder David H. Perecman notes:

“OSHA certification is required by law for construction workers in New York City. And while not required for personal injury lawyers, all of our attorneys have made the decision to become OSHA 10 certified to better serve our clients’ needs. I’m proud of our team for their commitment to their clients and for taking proactive action to strengthen the firm.”

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Having all firm attorneys OSHA 10 certified is a testament to our team’s passion for providing exceptional representation to workers and families following serious construction accidents and other work-related accidents. As one of the region’s most respected trial firms, we’ve helped victims recover millions in compensation in claims involving falls, falling objects, and various violations of the NY Labor Law. Our attorneys’ latest training and certification in worksite safety will further help us pursue the maximum recoveries possible for our clients.

For over 40 years, David H. Perecman has distinguished himself as one of the leading personal injury lawyers in New York City, championing all types of personal injury cases including construction accidents, premises accidents, automobile accidents, and medical malpractice, along with employment discrimination, false arrest, and civil rights cases.