OSHA Bi-weekly Tips & Guidelines

Volume 17, Issue 5: Secretary of Labor Discusses Efforts to Protect Children from Lead Exposure Volume 17, Issue 4: President’s 2019 Budget Represents Strong Commitment to Worker Safety Volume 17, Issue 3: Jury Convicts Owner of Georgia Staffing Company for Selling Fraudulent OSHA Training Certifications Volume 17, Issue 2: OSHA Adjusts Penalty Amounts for 2018 Volume 17, Issue 1: Happy New Year! Volume 16, Issue 22: OSHA Extends Compliance Date for Electronically Submitting Volume 16, Issue 21: Compliance Date for Crane Operator Certification Requirements Set Volume 16, Issue 20: Industry Coalition Continues Successful Program... Volume 16, Issue 19: 2018 National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls... Volume 16, Issue 18: OSHA Memorandum Outlines 30-Day Enforcement Plan... Volume 16, Issue 17: U.S. Labor Department to Provide Immediate Grants... Volume 16, Issue 16: OSHA Urges Recovery Workers to Stay Safe in Areas... Volume 16, Issue 15: Florida roofing company issued $1.5M in penalties after repeatedly... Volume 16, Issue 14: OSHA announces $10.5M funding opportunity... Volume 16, Issue 13: Proposed rule modifies beryllium standards... Volume 16, Issue 12: OSHA and NIOSH team up to offer updated heat safety app Volume 16, Issue 11: OSHA wants to hear how employers keep workers safe from the heat Volume 16, Issue 10: Thousands of employers and workers across the country stand-down to prevent falls Volume 16, Issue 9: Free webinar and live Facebook chat on roofing... Volume 16, Issue 8: Workers' Memorial Day — April 28... Volume 16, Issue 7: Dept. of Labor to offer employers free compliance assistance... Volume 16, Issue 5: Delay of beryllium rule effective date proposed... Volume 16, Issue 4: Ladder safety is focus of national outreach campaign Volume 16, Issue 3: OSHA On-site Consultation... Volume 16, Issue 2: Final rule on beryllium lowers exposure levels... Volume 16, Issue 1: Season's greetings! Volume 15, Issue 27: Alabama auto parts supplier, staffing agencies face $2.5M... Volume 15, Issue 26: New final rule updates walking-working surfaces standards... Volume 15, Issue 25: OSHA deputy director honored for career of federal service Volume 15, Issue 24: OSHA Assistant Secretary encouraged by drop in workplace injury, illness rates Volume 15, Issue 23: OSHA releases recommendations for creating a Safety and Health Plan Volume 15, Issue 22: Enforcement Overview Volume 15, Issue 21: OSHA awards $10.5M in workplace safety and health training... Volume 15, Issue 20: Labor Rights Week! Volume 15, Issue 19: Employers and safety professionals share their efforts... Volume 15, Issue 18: Wisconsin shipyard faces nearly $1.4M in penalties... Volume 15, Issue 17: OSHA delays effective date for enforcing anti-retaliation... Volume 15, Issue 16: OSHA Penalties to be adjusted... Volume 15, Issue 15: OSHA, Ashley Furniture reach comprehensive settlement... Volume 15, Issue 14: Summer Heat Safety Campaign Volume 15, Issue 13: $4.6M available in Susan Harwood grants... Volume 15, Issue 12: SPECIAL EDITION - OSHA issues final rule to make employers Volume 15, Issue 11: Workers Memorial Day: Remembering and honoring those... Volume 15, Issue 10: National Safety Stand-Down Volume 15, Issue 9: Silica Rule Unveiled Volume 15, Issue 8: Silica Dust Final Rule... Volume 15, Issue 7: SPECIAL NOTICE! Volume 15, Issue 6: Behr Iron & Steel Inc. pleads guilty to OSHA violation... Volume 15, Issue 5: OSHA Area Director Diana Cortez explains... Volume 15, Issue 4: OSHA seeks public comment on guidance for determining potential health hazards of chemicals Volume 15, Issue 3: Employers must post injury and illness summaries.... Volume 15, Issue 2: OSHA's free On-site Consultation Program helps nearly 30,000... Volume 15, Issue 1: Departments of Labor and Justice launch initiative to cooperate on investigation and prosecution of workplace safety violations Volume 14, Issue 25: Dollar Tree agrees to enhance safety... Volume 14, Issue 24: Overview, discussion of updated Safety and Health Program Volume 14 Issue 23: OSHA seeks comment on updated Safety... Volume 14, Issue 22: OSHA launches education and enforcement action... Volume 14, Issue 21: Dr. Michaels testifies before Congress... Volume 14, Issue 20: Labor report shows drop in Hispanic worker fatalities... Volume 14, Issue 19: Dr. Michaels travels to China to discuss global challenges in occupational safety and health Volume 14, Issue 18: US Labor Department awards $10.5M in workplace safety and health training grants to 80 nonprofit organizations Volume 14, Issue 17: OSHA issues long-awaited proposal to protect workers from beryllium exposure; labor-industry collaboration is key Volume 14, Issue 16: Updated comprehensive guide to OSHA training requirements now available Volume 14, Issue 15: OSHA fines Texas DuPont plant more than $270K during second inspection after four workers die from chemical exposure Volume 14, Issue 14: OSHA investigators to focus on key hazards during healthcare inspections Volume 14, Issue 13: OSHA teams up with NOAA and NWS to prevent heat-related deaths and illnesses Volume 14, Issue 12: OSHA's revised Hazard Communication requirements in effect as of June 1 Volume 14, Issue 11: National Safety Stand-Down reaches millions of workers Volume 14, Issue 10: 2015 National Safety-Stand Down Volume 14, Issue 9: OSHA issues final rule to protect construction workers in confined spaces Volume 14, Issue 8: April 28 is Workers' Memorial Day: Find an event near you Volume 14, Issue 7: April is National Workplace Violence Prevention Month: OSHA updates guidance for healthcare and social services Volume 14, Issue 6: Adding inequality to injury: The costs of failing to protect workers on the job Volume 14, Issue 5: OSHA urges employers and workers removing snow from rooftops to be aware of fall hazards and safeguards Volume 14, Issue 4: Federal OSHA rejects inadequate fall prevention measures in Arizona's state-run occupational safety and health program Volume 14, Issue 3: We asked. You spoke. We listened. Volume 14, Issue 2: Employers must post 300A injury/illness summary form February through April Volume 14, Issue 1: New reporting requirements now in effect