OSHA

Anticipating OSHA’s Upcoming HCS Update

The delay in releasing OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) update wasn’t all that surprising. Instead of the anticipated February 2019 release, rulemaking is now on...

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Whistleblower Protection Law is Complicated

The word “whistleblower” is certainly being bandied about a lot these days, and it’s increasingly apparent to me that there’s some confusion out there about...

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7 Things You Must Consider Before Contesting an OSHA Citation

Have you been issued an OSHA citation? Do you believe it is undeserved or misguided? When does a challenge make sense? When does it make...

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Is a General Contractor Responsible For a Subcontractors’ Safety Mistake?

OSHA seems to be highly predictable when issuing citations on a large multi-employer jobsite. They tend to cite both the offending subcontractor and the general...

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Federal Heat Stress Standards Are On The Horizon

US House Democrats released a bill in early July that, if passed, would direct OSHA, over the next two years, to develop federal standards on...

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