ETA on Fed-OSHA COVID Emergency Standard?

Fed-OSHA has submitted its yet-to-be-unveiled COVID emergency temporary standard to the federal Office of Management and Budget. It could be finalized in the coming weeks. Before then, it appears, there … Read More »

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Feds’ Reversal on Beryllium

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has decided not to remove so-called “ancillary” provisions of its beryllium regulation. Rather, it will delay their effective date for a year. The … Read More »

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Construction Silica Talks Coming Soon

The Cal/OSH Standards Board will make good on its promise to address the construction industry’s concerns about the new Fed-OSHA-mandated silica standard with a mid-December advisory committee. In fact, the … Read More »

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Head Protection Final Rule Okayed

Fed-OSHA has confirmed Sept. 20, 2012, as the effective date of its direct final rule updating the national consensus standard reference in its head-protection regulation. The federal regulatory move revises … Read More »

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