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A blog by Safety+Health Senior Associate Editor Kyle W. Morrison


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OSHA Roundup for Nov. 24, 2014

OSHA administrator David Michaels advises employers on new reporting requirements, and a hazardous chemicals emphasis program launches in Nebraska. Read about these stories and others in this week’s OSHA Roundup.
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House committee priorities: Where’s safety?

Rep. John Kline (R-MN), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee, recently laid out his priorities for the upcoming Congress.
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OSHA Roundup for Nov. 17, 2014

Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez has appointed new members to OSHA’s occupational safety and health advisory board. Read about this story and more in this week’s OSHA Roundup.
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OSHA Roundup for Nov. 10, 2014

OSHA cited a circus for a hair-hanging stunt gone awry, and a State Plan state prepares for its fall protection standard to be rejected. Read about these stories and more in this week’s OSHA Roundup.
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Safety under a GOP House and Senate

In Tuesday’s midterm election, Republicans regained control of the Senate while increasing their majority in the House. What does this mean for occupational safety?
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The cost of standing desks

Desk jobs can be real killers, and standing desks are becoming more and more popular. But would you pay $4,000 for one?
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OSHA Roundup for Nov. 3, 2014

OSHA educates its inspectors on enforcing the agency’s cranes standard, and Utah launches a new emphasis program. Learn more about these stories and other news in this week’s OSHA Roundup.
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Sidestepping PELs

OSHA has a problem with outdated permissible exposure limits. But what’s the solution?
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OSHA Roundup for Oct. 27, 2014

OSHA lays out its chemical hazard plans and stakeholders debate a potential injury prevention standard during a recent American Industrial Hygiene Association conference. Read about these stories and more in this week’s OSHA Roundup.
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OSHA Roundup for Oct. 20, 2014

OSHA and the Federal Communications Commission recently joined together to address tower worker safety. Read about this story and more in this week’s OSHA Roundup.
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