California's workplace safety agency has secure funding thanks to a special program, nevertheless employees face pay cuts. Here is the budget news.
Here's how the governor's executive order extending Cal/OSHA deadlines works.
Two transportation unions ask Cal/OSHA to mandate emergency protections for railroad and transit employees from the COVID-19 threat.
Here's what Cal/OSHA has to say about several 2019 incidents in which employees were killed, and the potential penalties the employers face.
When a Sacramento Valley employer got a call from his foreman that a Cal/OSHA inspector was in his lobby and wanted to do a wall-to-wall inspection, the owner was taken aback and wanted to know why them? That prompted Cal/OSHA to get a warrant to inspect. Was this a good idea on the employer's part? Here's the story.
DOSH will have extra time to issue citations, but employers also will have more time to file appeals under a new state executive order.
As California starts to reopen from the coronavirus shutdown, building owners, employers and safety professionals must make sure structures are safe to reenter. Here are the main threats.
The latest iteration of an emergency regulation to protect outdoor workers during the fire season has been approved. Here's when it becomes effective and what happens after it expires.
Here are the latest incidents Cal/OSHA is probing, including two new work-related COVID fatalities.
From a state office far, far away (well, Sacramento), revisions to a hazardous chemical list in Cal/OSHA's Process Safety Management regulation take effect. Click here to get the details.
COVID restrictions – some of the toughest in the country – are being eased in the San Francisco area, including the critical construction industry. Here's how it's being safely reintroduced.
Here's what happened in several cases cited by Cal/OSHA following employee deaths.
More suspected workplace fatalities from the coronavirus are among the incidents under investigation by Cal/OSHA.
The Federal OSHA is giving its inspectors “discretion” to forego citations in certain instances. What about California’s Cal/OSHA?
One day all of construction will get back to work. But the coronavirus threat will remain for some time. Here's what Cal/OSHA recommends to help keep worksites safe.