The ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upholds the lower permissible exposure limit in OSHA’s updated silica rule. Supporters of the rule call the court’s decision a “huge victory” for workers, while opponents say it disregards “legitimate concerns.”
The latest agenda, released in December, reflects the Trump administration’s push for deregulation, and details a plan for agencies to put forth “three deregulatory actions for every new regulatory action in 2018.”
“Many organizations have not yet installed effective measures that actually get people thinking and executing correctly when it really counts,” says DEKRA Insight’s David Musgrave, who discusses new neuroscience-based ways to keep employees safe and unplanned events at bay.
Your expectations can shade all aspects of your life, says veteran safety pro turned professional speaker Richard Hawk, who explains why “unrealistic expectations aren’t what usually hold us back – it’s the belief we can’t fulfill a big dream.”