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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2021 Fed-OSHA Harwood Grants

Eleven California organizations will receive more than $1.3 million in Fed-OSHA Susan Harwood Training Grants for 2021. The grants were announced in the wake of infectious disease training grants announced … 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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OSH Bills to Governor’s Desk

Four bills related to occupational safety and health – some controversial, some not – have reached the governor’s desk. The governor has until October 10th to act on them. First, … Read More »

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Harwood Grants on Infectious Disease

Two California organizations were among 37 nationwide receiving Fed-OSHA Susan Harwood Training Grants to provide education on infectious diseases. Funded by the American Rescue Plan of 2021, OSHA is providing … Read More »

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Status of OSH Bills

Several significant pieces of legislation affecting occupational safety and health are close to passage in California’s statehouse. Here is a status update, including major revisions to three of the bills. … Read More »

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