Cal/OSHA Appeals Board Rule Changes

Revisions to Cal/OSHA Appeals Board rules to streamline its processes and prevent employers’ appeals from being rejected on technicalities are set to take effect on October 1st. The rulemaking package … Read More »

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CPH Revision Now Effective

California’s Office of Administrative Law has given final approval to Cal/OSHA Standards Board revisions to a regulation requiring construction personnel hoists on certain construction projects. The revision requires CPHs on … Read More »

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‘Night Work’ for Agriculture Rule

After clearing its final regulatory hurdle – the Office of Administrative Law – Cal/OSHA’s new lighting requirements for agricultural operations conducted after sunset will see their sunrise in less than … Read More »

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Wildfire Smoke Temp Rules

The last renewal of emergency protections for outside workers from wildfire smoke has been approved by the Office of Administrative Law. The rules were readopted by the Cal/OSHA Standards Board … Read More »

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Cal/OSHA PSM Fix: May the 4th Be With You

The California Office of Administrative Law has approved revisions to the Process Safety Management standard’s List of Acutely Hazardous Chemicals, Toxics and Reactives. The changes were effective on May 4th. … Read More »

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PSM Typos Fixed

The Cal/OSHA Standards Board has adopted revisions to its process safety management regulation to correct typographical errors in the List of Acutely Hazardous Chemicals, Toxics and Reactives. There were no … Read More »

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IIPP Access Rule Finalized

Starting in July, employers will be required to provide employees access to the company’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program. The Office of Administrative Law gave final approval to the at-times … Read More »

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