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FLASH: Sum Named Permanent Cal/OSHA Chief Governor takes “acting” off the title of Juliann Sum, who took over the Division after controversial Ellen Widess' resignation. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: California To Quarantine People At Risk of Ebola California has issued orders quarantining persons traveling into the state from affected areas who may be subject to carrying or the Ebola virus. Will it be an effective preventative and what authorities are responsible for control? Click here for the story … Read more here ... More...

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Naysaying cowpoke: Controversy Over Cal/OSHA Advisory Committee? DIR Says Giddyup Despite reports of its demise, longstanding committee will ride again in 2015. One old cowpoke and his rumors were knocked right off their high horse. Read more here ... More...
CEA Recognizes Safety Achievers Who made it to the top of the list for the Construction Employers' Associations safety awards? And what does it take to make it? Click here to find out. Read more here ... More...
AgSafe Honors Safety Pioneer From the Napa Valley to Chile, Robin Nicola has brought her passion for safety to countless farmworkers and safety professionals. Now California's agricultural safety organization honors her many years of service. Read more here ... More...
Cal/OSHA Investigating Collapse of Overpass Falsework; 3 Hurt What caused a freeway project in the north state to collapse? Cal/OSHA is investigating this nearly-fatal incident. Read more here ... More...
Safety Variances on Elevated Platforms For Farms and Semiconductor Solvent Baths Two employers have very different safety problems. Click here to find out how they solved them and why Cal/OSHA gave its approval to their departures to the rules. Read more here ... More...
U.C. Seeks Update to Cal/OSHA Rule on Educational Facilities The safety director for the University of California system says a 2014 update to harmonize a regulation with the Globally Harmonized System of hazard communication didn't go far enough. Here's what U.C. seeks. Read more here ... More...