California Business Must Comply with Cal/OSHA ETS …
This is the wrap up of the recent COVID cases in the Supreme Court and in California.
Fed-OSHA halts implementation and enforcement of controversial Covid vaccination rules.
Multiple legal challenges all over the country have been filed against Fed-OSHA’s vaccine Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) and the president’s executive order mandating corporations police employee behavior. Columnist Mark Webb digs in and explain the legal and technical issues. Click Here to learn about it. It’s clear content provided as a public service.
While Cal/OSHA pushes the pause button on its adoption of federal COVID vaccination rules, an industry group petitions for a new way of regulating in the COVID era.
Federal requirements for employers with at least 100 employees take effect soon. The development raises big questions for California.
Language in a congressional budget bill would increase Fed-OSHA penalties tenfold for certain violations. Would Cal/OSHA be forced to follow suit?
With its emergency regulation set to expire, Cal/OSHA decides to make permanent changes to its controversial standard – sort of. Here’s what’s going on.
Cal/OSHA's Standards Board, on its third try, adopts revisions to the controversial COVID emergency standard. And now the governor has weighed in on its effective date.
With Cal/OSHA expected to approve a much-anticipated revision to its COVID emergency rule, the governor says he will take action to cover any regulatory gaps not in alignment with the state's reopening.
Standards Board will vote on new revisions to COVID emergency standard this week.