Four new members join the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health, and four other members were reappointed.
Notable proposed fines
$49,000 to a railway track manufacturer in Cleveland for guarding violations related to a worker who was fatally crushed
Below is a count of how many days recent OSHA proposals have been under review, as of Nov. 17:
|# of Days||OSHA Proposal|
|74||Occupational Exposure to Beryllium (proposed rule)|
|3||Confined Spaces in Construction (final rule)|
The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs – part of the White House’s Office of Management and Budget – reviews proposed regulations. The process is required for most rules before they can move forward, and typically takes 90 days.
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