‘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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Leg Mandate on Lead Regulations

In case you missed it (and it was certainly easy to miss), the governor this summer signed a bill that, among many other things, prods Cal/OSHA about its pending revisions … Read More »

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Fall Protection Fallout

Representatives of the residential framing and roofing industries are pushing back against what they say are “significant errors” in the economic impact assessment concerning Cal/OSHA’s proposed six-foot fall protection trigger … Read More »

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Top Stories of 2018

Even though the regulatory front was relatively quiet in 2018, it was nonetheless an eventful year for California’s occupational safety and health community. Here’s a look at the top stories … Read More »

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Feds’ Report Card on Cal/OSHA

Controversies are surrounding the Division of Occupational Safety and Health in recent months. Nevertheless, Fed-OSHA is generally happy with the way Cal/OSHA is performing, at least as measured by federal … Read More »

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