Questions on Serious Reporting Changes

Virtually unnoticed in our pandemic-obsessed times were small, but significant changes to Cal/OSHA regulations about reporting fatalities and serious injuries. But when the Division of Occupational Safety and Health recently … Read More »

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Governor Signs Reporting Bill

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill that falls far short of its sponsor’s original intention, but nonetheless will make it easier for employers to report fatality and … Read More »

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Decision Day on Abatement Bill

The Assembly Appropriations committee is poised to decide the fate of AB 1634, the latest version of legislation that would mandate employers abate alleged safety violations and alleged dangerous conditions while … Read More »

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L&E Panel Rejects §342(a) Bill

AB 326, which would have reset the rules for employers’ reporting of fatalities and serious injuries, was shot down at its first committee hearing on April 10, on a 4-2 … Read More »

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Bill Seeks Changes to §342(a) Rules

A state Assemblyman has introduced legislation that would ease reporting requirements for employers in cases where workers suffer fatalities or serious injuries subsequent to the original incident. But soon after AB … Read More »

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