OAL Approves Variance Fix

The California Office of Administrative Law has signed off on a revision to Cal/OSHA Standards Board rules on variance applications. It provides for paperless variance applications, eliminating a decades-old requirement … Read More »

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Standards Board – In Person Again

The Cal/OSHA Standards Board will hold its first in-person meeting since early 2020 on April 21st in Oakland, Cal-OSHA Reporter has confirmed. The meeting will be significant, as the board … Read More »

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New ETS Language Posted

With only two weeks left before an April 21st vote on the final version of Cal/OSHA’s COVID emergency temporary standard, the Standards Board has published the language the board will … Read More »

ETS to Become Permanent?

Against the backdrop of the pandemic becoming endemic, mask requirements terminated in most states and businesses, and a public who has had just about enough, Cal/OSHA’s Division of Occupational Safety … Read More »

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Cal/OSHA Regulates First Aid Kits

A decade-old proposal to update Cal/OSHA’s rules for first-aid kits has finally seen the light of day. The Standards Board has published proposed revisions to the Construction and General Industry … Read More »

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Cranes, Derricks and Consolidation

The Cal/OSHA Standards Board approved a massive project to take requirements governing cranes and derricks from the Construction Safety Orders (CSO) and put them back in the General Industry Safety … Read More »

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