With a severe shortage of respirators for healthcare in the COVID fight, here are Cal/OSHA's ideas on what to use instead, and how to make supplies last.
April is the third and final month employers must post their summary of workplace injuries and illnesses for the previous year. But how does the coronavirus crisis and widespread workplace shutdowns affect this requirement?
One federal entity is taking another to court over a worker's termination following an injury. Here's the story.
Fresh from the success of a safety program targeting the roofing industry, the insurer plans to expand its efforts to promote safety throughout industry.
Here's the latest fatality under investigation by Cal/OSHA.
Wildfire Smoke Emergency Rule Readopted
The coronavirus pandemic response demands respirators, but so does California's wildfire smoke protection regulation. Employers are calling on Cal/OSHA to rethink it's priorities in the wake of the outbreak.
How has the statewide shelter-in-place affected the operations of the three branches of Cal/OSHA?
What difference can 24 feet make? Ironworker representatives press for a Cal/OSHA revision on when construction personnel hoists must be installed, while industry asks for a little leeway.
Construction has been exempted from the state's shelter-in-place order. Now it wants clarification from Cal/OSHA about when they need to report coronavirus infections.
Here are the cases Cal/OSHA is working on this week.
Working at home is now a large component of the California workforce, with millions sheltered in place to combat coronavirus. Here are some key components of a telecommuting policy.
Here's what happened to Division of Occupational Safety and Health citations in several fatality and serious-injury cases during recent settlement talks.
Here's the latest Cal/OSHA fatality investigation.
Authorities say COVID-19 might be spread through the mail, but with this virus, who knows? Here are some safety procedures for mail and packages including the ones we use.
The owner of a rental home was cited by Cal/OSHA after an injury to an unlicensed contractor. What happened when the homeowner fought back? Click here to find out…