Feds Move to Revise Lead Rules

While California continues to await a long-delayed revision to its standards on lead protection in construction and general industry, Fed-OSHA is moving to make its own changes. Observers say the … Read More »

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Harwood Grants Available – 2022

Fed-OSHA has announced the availability of $11.7 worth of Susan Harwood Training grants for employer associations, faith-based, grassroots organizations, labor unions, Indian tribes, and educational institutions. The grants are aimed … Read More »

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Feds Propose New E-recordkeeping Rules

Fed-OSHA is taking another swing at expanded electronic submission of injury and illness information with proposed revisions to its rules on recordkeeping. A similar proposal was controversial in the past … Read More »

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Fed-OSHA Cites in Zip Line Fatality

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited a San Diego-area employer in an October 2021 fatality at a zip line operation. Fed-OSHA says the employer, the La Jolla … Read More »

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Harwood Grant Money Available

Fed-OSHA is making more than $3 million from the American Rescue Plan of 2021 available for Susan Harwood Workplace Safety and Health Training on infectious diseases, including COVID. The grants … Read More »

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Turning Near Misses into Great Catches

Some safety professionals call them “great catches.” Others call them “potential accidents.” But one of the most important leading safety indicators in the workplace is commonly known as “near misses.” … Read More »

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DART Bullseye is More than a Formula

In just a few days (February 1st), California employers must post their annual summary of work-related injuries and illnesses for 2021. Part of that summary will include the number of … Read More »

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