Real-World Experience to Rulemaking

After nearly 40-years with Cal/OSHA, the past 20-plus as the Standards Board’s Principal Engineer, Michael Manieri is calling it a career. He will officially retire from the board on November … Read More »

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Settlements in Safety & Health Cases

Here are more of the recent settlements between Cal/OSHA’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health and employers in a variety of cases. J&S Property Management & Maintenance/J&S Landscape: Based in … Read More »

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COVID – IIPP Cases Coming to Fore

In the leadup to Cal/OSHA’s COVID emergency temporary standard (ETS), many stakeholders touted the Injury and Illness Prevention Program standard as the model for regulating during a pandemic, instead of … Read More »

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Fatality Settlements

Here’s what happened when Cal/OSHA’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health conducted settlement talks with employers in some of the most serious cases – fatalities. The takeaway? Appealing citations almost … Read More »

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Governor Signs Safety Legislation

California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed four bills affecting occupational safety and health.  Once is controversial legislation establishing new “egregious violations,” and a bill aimed at curbing quota abuse at … Read More »

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