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The Cal-OSHA Reporter® began its excellent coverage of occupational health and safety more than 25 years ago. You'll find there's no substitute for our "tribal knowledge" and extensive contacts for digging out the news and information you need to stay in business.

If you need to have today's events put into the proper context and "translated" when necessary, the Cal-OSHA Reporter® is for you.

This weekly newsletter gives you all the information on the new laws, rules, regulations, requirements and decisions FIRST! Cal-OSHA is our beat - our only beat!

The Reporter briefs you on important developments under the state federal occupational safety and health acts focusing on activities within California affecting its workers and employers.

The Reporter also covers related issues such as risk management, workers' compensation, ergonomics and toxics.

Cal-OSHA Appeals Board from 1975. We've got it in the archives! And we can send you a hard copy fast. Want help form the staff? We're here to assist you. If we haven't got it, we can tell you where to get it.

At 48 issues of the news you need to have, the Cal-OSHA Reporter® is the best Deal in town. So, don't delay! Start your year off by subscribing today! Mail this application with your check, (payable to the Cal-OSHA Reporter) Fax us at (916) 780-0600 or E-Mail us at newsdesk@cal-osha.com.

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A summary of news about occupational safety and health in California provided 48 times per year consistent with the publication of our pdf newsletter.

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