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.
Cal/OSHA Standards Board voted to rescind just-approved changes to the controversial emergency covid standard. Now there will be newer new health guidelines. What’s in them? What happens next to California employers? Click here and find out.
The COVID regulatory saga takes another twist, as Cal/OSHA's rulemaking body calls a special June 9th meeting to discuss more potential changes to the controversial regulation.
Flash: Standards Board Drama
After more than six hours of often emotional testimony, the Cal/OSHA Standards Board vetoes controversial revisions to the COVID emergency standard – then reverses itself. Here's why.
Cal/OSHA's delayed, and much anticipated, revisions to its COVID emergency standard have been published and are set for a June 3 vote. But do they constitute a major improvement?
Anticipated revisions to the COVID emergency temporary standard are on hold while the Division of Occupational Safety and Health makes new changes to reflect current guidelines on masks and vaccinated employees. Click here to see what happens next.
CDC guidance is to open up the economy for the vaccinated. There is science behind the change. The question is will California’s government choose science?
Long-awaited changes to the emergency temporary standard are now published and will likely be voted on May 20. Here are the major revisions.