Judge Denies COVID Injunction

Superior Court Judge Ethan Schulman has denied in their entirety two requests for temporary injunctions against Cal/OSHA’s COVID emergency temporary standard. The requests were filed by two separate employer groups. … Read More »

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DOL vs. USPS

The U.S. Department of Labor is taking the United States Postal Service to court after it fired an employee in what the department says was safety retaliation. Officials at a … Read More »

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New DOSH Chief Faces Many Challenges

Doug Parker takes over the leadership of the Division of Occupational Safety and Health at a crucial time. The chief’s position has been vacant, or virtually vacant, for months. There … Read More »

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New Fed-OSHA Strategic Plan

The U.S. Department of Labor has released its strategic five-year plan, and though the plan reflects the President Donald J. Trump’s top priority – “jobs, more jobs and even more … Read More »

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Correction: UFW’s Membership

In our June 19 story, “Highly Controversial UFW Heat Illness Settlement to be Challenged,” we reported that the United Farm Workers has an estimated membership of 10,000. According to the … Read More »

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