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 ā€œgreat catches.ā€ Others call them ā€œpotential accidents.ā€ But one of the most important leading safety indicators in the workplace is commonly known as ā€œnear misses.ā€ … 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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