29 CFR 1975.4 - Coverage

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  • Part III
    • United States
    • Federal Register November 15, 2007
    • November 15, 2007
    ...unpaid volunteers, sole proprietors, partners, family members of farm employers, and domestic employees in a residential setting. (See 29 CFR 1975.4(b)(2) and Sec. 1975.6 for a discussion of the latter two categories.) As is the case with independent contractors, no employment relationship ......
  • Separate Parts In This Issue Part III Labor Department, Occupational Safety and Health Administration,
    • United States
    • Federal Register November 15, 2007
    • November 15, 2007
    ...unpaid volunteers, sole proprietors, partners, family members of farm employers, and domestic employees in a residential setting. (See 29 CFR 1975.4(b)(2) and Sec. 1975.6 for a discussion of the latter two categories.) As is the case with independent contractors, no employment relationship ......
  • Usery v. Lacy, No. 76-2201
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)
    • September 24, 1980
    ...state, essentially, that all employers are covered, with some specific exceptions, such as for those who employ domestic help. See 29 C.F.R. §§ 1975.4, 1975.6 (1979). The coverage of the regulations is consistent with the congressional purpose to reach as broadly as constitutionally permiss......
  • Lynch v. Reed, No. 96-343
    • United States
    • Montana United States State Supreme Court of Montana
    • October 2, 1997
    ...would be an 'employer engaged in a business affecting commerce who has employees' and, therefore, he is covered by the Act as such." 29 CFR § 1975.4. The Lynches argue that the Reeds are covered by OSHA under this definition of employer because the Reeds "employed a crane operator-laborer, ......
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  • Usery v. Lacy, No. 76-2201
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)
    • September 24, 1980
    ...state, essentially, that all employers are covered, with some specific exceptions, such as for those who employ domestic help. See 29 C.F.R. §§ 1975.4, 1975.6 (1979). The coverage of the regulations is consistent with the congressional purpose to reach as broadly as constitutionally permiss......
  • Lynch v. Reed, No. 96-343
    • United States
    • Montana United States State Supreme Court of Montana
    • October 2, 1997
    ...would be an 'employer engaged in a business affecting commerce who has employees' and, therefore, he is covered by the Act as such." 29 CFR § 1975.4. The Lynches argue that the Reeds are covered by OSHA under this definition of employer because the Reeds "employed a crane operator-laborer, ......
  • Breaux v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., 2020-CA-0477
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Louisiana (US)
    • May 12, 2021
    ...regulations on protective workplace safety and health standards for most private sector employers and their workers. See OSH Act, 29 C.F.R. § 1975.4. Federal OSHA standards and the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 do not apply to state and local government agencies and their emplo......
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  • COVID-19 Guidance for Faith-Based Institutions
    • United States
    • JD Supra United States
    • March 25, 2020
    ...employ only individuals who perform "religious services," but not those that employ one or more persons in "secular" activities. 29 C.F.R. § 1975.4(c)(1). Specifically, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) takes the view that the Act protects secretaries and maintenance ......
  • COVID-19 Guidance For Faith-Based Institutions
    • United States
    • Mondaq United States
    • April 8, 2020
    ...employ only individuals who perform "religious services," but not those that employ one or more persons in "secular" activities. 29 C.F.R. § 1975.4(c)(1). Specifically, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) takes the view that the Act protects secretaries and maintenance ......

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