August 8, 2020
Awaiting Trump Leadership, OSHA Halts New Initiatives For Existing Rules
OSHA is declining to start major new initiatives until the Trump administration nominates an agency chief, a senior agency official told a recent health and safety conference, though staff continues to advance certain initiatives from the Obama administration, including updating a product labeling standard and bolstering crane operator requirements. Bill Perry, head of OSHA's Directorate of Standards and Guidance, told the National Safety Council's (NSC) Congress & Expo Sept. 25 in Indianapolis that the agency will not advance significant new...
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