The National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health’s Temporary Workers Work Group is slated to meet monthly through November to devise recommendations on keeping temp workers safe.
An interactive webpage from OSHA highlights recent fines against employers for safety and health violations.
A new rule from OSHA intends to streamline the process of implementing changes to State Plans.
Notable proposed fines
$170,170 to a fastening systems manufacturer in Ohio for machine guarding and training violations related to a worker’s finger being partially amputated
Happening this week
Aug. 24 – National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health’s Temporary Workers Work Group meeting
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