Here are some of the most significant of dozens of citation packages issued by Cal/OSHA after fatality investiga-tions this year.
This publication reports the news and tries to stay out of the political melee. But in a filing to the Office of Administrative Law, Cal-OSHA Reporter explains why it opposes the recently COVID emergency regulation.
Standards Board safety variances are few and far between in a landscape dominated by elevator issues. Here are two the board just voted on related to construction personnel hoists and tunnel gas protection.
Here are the most recent fatality investigations begun by Cal/OSHA, including new COVID cases.
Despite employer opposition, Cal/OSHA's Standards Board unanimously votes for an emergency regulation on COVID in the workplace. Why will it be impossible for employers to comply/ Is it even constitutional? Here's the regulation and what stakeholders have to say about it.
Disneyland strenuously objected when Cal/OSHA pinpointed an outbreak of this potentially deadly disease to cooling towers at the famed park. Now the company has accepted the agency's citations and penalties.
The Cal/OSHA Standards Board has some unfinished business regarding construction personnel hoists, and stake-holders say its time to bring those issues to the fore. Here's what they are all about.
While Division of Occupational Safety and Health inspections and citations were down in the first quarter of this year, one increased trend portends higher metrics the rest of the year. Here are the latest stats.
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Updated claims data is out for cases related to the COVID-19 pandemic. How are the different industries re-sponding? Get the details here.
Cal/OSHA is expected to release its draft emergency standard on COVID in the workplace. Here's a first look at what the agency likely has in mind.
Bucking a national trend, workplace incidents rose in California last year, outpacing an em-ployment trend. Here are the just-released statistics from the state.
Here are the latest incident under investigation by Cal/OSHA, including new COVID cases.
After Cal/OSHA cites an employer after one of its employees was serious injured in Salinas and the citations stuck, the company took the case to Texas. Here's why a federal appeals court rejected the move.
Here are the results of a number of serious accident cases Cal/OSHA brought against employers. How did they fare when settlement talks concluded. Click here to find out.
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California health authorities are continuing an education campaign to alert employers and employees on the danger of the soil-borne disease. Here is what you should know to avoid the spores.