“Senate Hearing Scheduled On December 5th For Trump Nomination For OSHA Administrator” #OSHA

By James L. Curtis and Craig B. Simonsen Senate hearing scheduled for the White House pick, Scott A. Mugno, as the new Administrator of  OSHA. We noted previously that the White House announced on October 27th that it had nominated Scott A. Mugno to be the Assistant Secretary of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health.  If confirmed, Mr. Mugno will serve as the Administrator of … Continue reading “Senate Hearing Scheduled On December 5th For Trump Nomination For OSHA Administrator” #OSHA

“Fake Solar Eclipse Glasses: Your Community May Be at Risk” #EyeSafety #PublicSafety

Only glasses and viewers verified by an accredited testing laboratory to meet ISO 12312-2 are safe to use when viewing the eclipse. This standard requires glasses and viewers to be thousands of times darker than typical sunglasses. Millions of Americans will watch the Aug. 21 solar eclipse and have already purchased (or will) eclipse glasses … Continue reading “Fake Solar Eclipse Glasses: Your Community May Be at Risk” #EyeSafety #PublicSafety

“OSHA Walking-Working Surfaces & Fall Protection Final Rule Requirement Implementation Dates “

On November 18, 2016, OSHA finally published a final rule updating the walking-working surfaces and fall protection standards for general industry. Percolating since 1990 (55 FR 13360), reopened in 2003 (68 FR 23528) and again in 2010 (75 FR 28862), revisions to the walking-working surfaces and fall protection standards were long overdue. OSHA’s 500+ final rule gives employers new … Continue reading “OSHA Walking-Working Surfaces & Fall Protection Final Rule Requirement Implementation Dates “