February 21, 2020
OMB Approves OSHA Beryllium Rules, Opening Door To Stakeholder Battle
The White House has approved two OSHA measures aimed at revising portions of the Obama administration’s final beryllium rules for the construction and shipyard sectors but without repealing them, a move that is likely to spark heated opposition and resumed litigation from key industry groups. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Sept. 24 approved a final rule that agency officials have said declines to revoke ancillary provisions that OSHA had proposed to roll back. OMB also approved a separate...
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