Even DOSH Can’t Agree With Itself

A dispute over a Cal/OSHA requirement for temporary flooring on multi-story projects has triggered a petition to the Standards Board by a Sacramento construction company. Even Division of Occupational Safety … Read More »

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Appeals Board Re-Issues DAR

The long-running dispute over whether an East Bay transit company has to provide heat illness protection for its bus drivers has run a little bit longer than anticipated but might … Read More »

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Cranes & Derricks Rule

Stakeholders weighed in at a Standards Board public hearing on a proposal to replace the Title 8 operator training, qualification and certification standards for cranes and derricks in construction with … 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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