Latest Cal/OSHA Settlements

In August, the Cal/OSHA Appeals Board approved dozens of settlements in cases brought by Cal/OSHA, including three fatalities and several serious accident cases. Here are the most significant: KTI/Rialto Concrete … Read More »

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Cal/OSHA, SeaWorld Settle Case

What were expected to be several days of contentious hearings before a Cal/OSH Appeals Board administrative law judge this month between the Division of Occupational Safety and Health and SeaWorld … Read More »

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Traeger’s Valedictory

Candice Traeger, former chairwoman of the Cal/OSH Appeals Board and now a former board member, has a message for the occupational safety and health community: Thanks for your patience. Now … Read More »

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Cal/OSHA Appointees Have Appeal

SACRAMENTO — The California Senate Rules Committee easily confirmed Art Carter as chair of the Cal/OSH Appeals Board and the newest member, Jerry Brown appointee Ed Lowry, to a seat … Read More »

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SB 829: Any Closer to Consensus?

SACRAMENTO — Employers remain opposed to SB 829, authored by Mark DeSaulnier (D-Walnut Creek), a bill that would change the way Cal/OSH Appeals Board conducts its business. Employers are continuing … Read More »

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SB 829 Gets Its First Assembly Hearing

Newly amended SB 829, authored by Mark DeSaulnier (D-Walnut Creek), gets its first hearing before the Assembly Committee on Labor and Employment. The bill proposes to significantly overhaul the way … Read More »

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