Feds Evaluation of Cal/OSHA

Fed-OSHA’s latest evaluation of the Cal/OSHA program found a few new issues, seemingly minor. But it made very sure to mention the program’s most glaring problem: The raft of vacancies … Read More »

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Cal/OSHA in Governor’s Budget

Cal/OSHA saw a 17% increase this fiscal year compared to the previous year, but newly minted Gov. Gavin Newsom is proposing an essentially flat budget for 2019-20. The governor’s budget … Read More »

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2019 OSH Fund Assessment

California employers – insured and self-insured – will pay more on their workers’ comp premium in 2019 to fund the Cal/OSHA program.  An increase in the assessment for the Occupational … Read More »

OSH Fund Assessment Down in 2016

Workers’ comp policyholders will pay slightly less in 2016 to support Cal/OSHA through the Occupational Safety and Health Fund. In fact, five of the six surcharges on assessable premium are … Read More »

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OSH Fund Assessments Up Slightly

The Department of Industrial Relations announces the workers’ comp premium assessment that funds Cal/OSHA – known as the Occupational Safety and Health Fund – has increased slightly for 2015. The … Read More »

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OSH Fund Assessments Set

California’s Department of Industrial relations announces the assessments to employers’ workers’ comp premiums in the coming year to fund a variety of programs, including Cal/OSHA. Beginning Jan. 1, 2014, through … Read More »

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