In June, President Barack Obama signed into law sweeping chemical safety reforms. The amended Toxic Substances Control Act now lists workers as an at-risk group. “That’s a big add,” one attorney told Safety+Health.
Beginning in late October, prospective federal contractors will be required to disclose previous labor-law violations. Not surprisingly, pro-industry supporters and worker advocates are divided over the regulation’s potential impact.
Should the federal government regulate obstructive sleep apnea among transportation workers such as truck drivers and train operators? Stakeholders have used a recent public comment period to express support for, and opposition to, the proposal.
How much should an organization spend on training? How should that training be presented? Safety professionals across a variety of industries participated in Safety+Health’s inaugural Training Survey to provide answers.
Honeywell Aerospace is the most recent recipient of the Robert W. Campbell Award, presented annually by the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council. Learn what sets Honeywell Aerospace apart as a safety leader.
In a one-on-one conversation with Safety+Health, David Michaels reflects on his tenure as OSHA’s longest-serving administrator, discusses the achievements he’s proudest of and offers advice for his successor.
In an exclusive interview with Safety+Health, OSHA Deputy Assistant Secretary Jordan Barab discusses what he says are myths regarding the agency’s enforcement efforts and compliance assistance resources.
Across industries, workers are changing jobs more frequently than their parents and grandparents did. Safety+Health’s 2016 Job Outlook survey asked: How does job turnover among safety pros affect worker safety?