September 25, 2020
OSHA Slows Key Regulatory Measures, Sparking Safety Criticisms
OSHA has slowed plans to advance key rules it is developing, including measures addressing significant hazards for emergency response workers and a draft health care workplace violence standard, according to its fall update to its Unified Agenda, a move that is sparking criticism from safety advocates. “As we’ve seen time and again, OSHA’s fall 2019 regulatory agenda is more proof that this administration has no intention of living up to the promises [President Donald] Trump has made to workers across...
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