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OSHA Postpones Beryllium Enforcement, As Delay Rulemaking Advances

July 06, 2018
OSHA is delaying for roughly a month enforcement of an Obama-era beryllium rule's so-called ancillary provisions in general industry, as the Trump administration advances a proposed rule issued in June that would further delay compliance dates for the provisions until Dec. 12. In a July 3 statement , OSHA announces it is delaying until Aug. 9 enforcement of the rule's ancillary requirements affecting: beryllium work areas, regulated work areas, methods of compliance, personal protective clothing and equipment, hygiene areas and...


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