Businesses that get inspected by OSHA under the revived Site-Specific Targeting Program or the COVID-19 national emphasis program can expect the compliance officer to take a long look at five things. According to Certified Professional Environmental Auditor Jack Fearing, now’s the time to double-check that you’re: following (and updating accordingly) a written respiratory protection program […]
OSHA has given companies a two-week grace period to submit electronically injury and illness reports.
We asked our readers a series of questions about how OSHA does its job. Here’s what your peers had to say:
On the one hand, candidate Donald Trump decried government regulations. On the other hand, he promised to be a friend to workers (and not killing or injuring them is certainly the friendly thing to do). So how exactly do those two promises play out when it comes to OSHA?
How will OSHA affect your company in 2020, the fourth year of the Trump administration?
A new study reveals which size companies and what industries are more likely to under-report worker injuries. The study also points out how this impacts efforts to reduce worker injuries at all sorts of companies.
Cass Sunstein is leaving as head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) in the Obama administration. What could that mean for OSHA regulations if Obama wins a second term?
Gilbert Orchards Inc. of Yakima, WA, faces $105,000 in fines for exposing workers to toxic pesticides while trying to kill gophers.
Nonfatal workplace injuries among private industry employers in 2008 fell 8% from the previous year.
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