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FLASH: Big Changes Proposed for Heat Illness Rules The comment period has started on a host of proposed changes to the California heat illness prevention standard. Here's what Cal/OSHA proposes and details on an upcoming public hearing on the proposal. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: DOSH Seeks Major Changes to Heat Illness Standard California is leading the way again in High-heat procedures. New requirements have been proposed that will kick in at a lower temperature and water and shade will have to be provided at specific distances. The proposal just made by Cal/OSHA to its Standards Board. Read more here ... More...

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Cal/OSHA Proposes Extensive Changes to Heat Illness Prevention Standard The worker safety agency is forging ahead with a number of revisions to the almost decade-old standard. Here's what Cal/OSHA has in mind and what stakeholders have to say about them. Read more here ... More...
Three Killed So Far in August Cal/OSHA is starting investigations into three workplace fatalities in the first weeks of August. Here's what the agency knows so far about these incidents. Read more here ... More...
Feds Extend Recording Comments Fed-OSHA has pushed back the deadline for submitting comments on its proposal to require employers to submit injury and illness information electronically. Here's the new deadline and how to weigh in. Read more here ... More...
Correction on Settlement Story Brand Scaffold citations reduced to all general violations in Chevron incident. Read more here ... More...
A Safety Director Who is Part Preacher, Teacher and Engineer – But Not a Cop Unger Construction's Dave Simpson blends a long and varied career with strong skills to lead the way toward safety excellence. Read more here ... More...
Judge: Heat Illness Prevention Standard Could Apply to Buses In a battle over interpretation of the heat illness prevention standard, a Superior Court judge sides with DOSH over the Appeals Board. Here's why and what comes next.  Read more here ... More...