Write a case study review of the court’s opinion that answers the questions below. Support your review with analysis and evidence from the unit reading and outside sources.
- What are the legal issues enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and presented in this case? How did the plaintiff establish a valid violation under the General Duty Clause of the OSH Act? Explain how the elements of a valid claim were satisfied under the OSH Act.
- How does OSHA enforce workplace safety and health standards?
- Do you agree with the court’s decision? Should or could SeaWorld have done more to abate the hazard? Support your position.
Your case study should be written in APA style and must be a minimum of two pages, not including the title and reference pages.
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Care for employees and their protection should be one of the basic obligations of employers. The employee has the right to safety and protection of life and health at work, whereby the employee is obliged to comply with regulations on safety and protection of life and health at work so as not to endanger his safety and health, as well as the safety and health of employees and other persons. In addition, an employee is required to inform the employer of any type of potential hazard that could affect safety and health at work. Therefore, it is important to analyze the case SeaWorld of Florida v. Perez to determine whether the company had violated the general duty clause of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), by presenting the coaches to perceived hazards when working in close contact with killer whales amid exhibitions....