OSHA recently released a draft updated version of its voluntary Safety and Health Program Management guidelines and is seeking public comment on the revisions. Keep reading to find out what’s new—and what it could mean for employers.
In an unprecedented decision, the California Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board recently ruled in favor of Cal/OSHA’s 2012 citations against two employers because their Injury and Illness Prevention Programs (IIPP) failed to effectively address the hazard of indoor heat. Keep reading to learn what the decision means for California employers.
OSHA’s latest regulatory agenda, released in late May, outlines the status of the agency’s currently pending prerules, proposed rules, and final rules. Keep reading to learn what you can expect to see from OSHA in the coming months and how it will affect your facility.
June 1 marks an important deadline in the 4-year phase-in period for OSHA’s GHS revisions to its hazard communication standard. Are you prepared? Keep reading to find out what you can expect to see at your facility in the coming months.