Washington — As expected, the Department of Labor’s regulatory agenda for Spring 2021 – the first under the Biden administration – features some changes, most significantly a forthcoming proposed rule from OSHA that would restore two parts of the agency’s injury and illness recordkeeping regulations.
Washington — Health care workers will be the focus of OSHA’s emergency temporary standard on COVID-19, which will be issued June 10, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh told the House Education and Labor Committee during a June 9 hearing.
Here, we take a look at the top violations issued by OSHA in FY 2020 in fabricated metal products manufacturing (NAICS 332), construction of buildings (NAICS 236) and furniture-related products manufacturing (NAICS 337).
In Episode 16, we discuss our feature story on hazard communication training and ways to reinforce training on the job. Also: Veteran safety professional Pam Walaski talks about the challenges and opportunities for women in safety.