By: Valerie Butera In a recently updated directive to Regional Administrators and State Plan Designees from Dr. David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA, the categories of small businesses exempt from programmed health and safety inspections changed. This exemption applies to workplaces with 10 or fewer workers who perform work in industries OSHA deems … Continue reading “OSHA Quietly Changes The Group Of Small Businesses Exempt From Inspection – Epstein, Becker, Green”
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OSHA’s Temporary Worker Initiative: 2014 OSHA Webinar Series, Part I
https://vimeo.com/93174313?utm_source=email&utm_medium=clip-transcode_complete-finished-20120100&utm_campaign=7701&email_id=Y2xpcF90cmFuc2NvZGVkfDBjMDQ0MmYyYTE0MjdlN2ExZWY1YzcxZmQ1YzU5MDI0NjgyfDI0NTY5NDA5fDEzOTg3MTI1MjJ8NzcwMQ%3D%3D Eric Conn, Chair of Epstein Becker Green's OSHA Practice Group, presents a five-part webinar program for employers facing the daunting task of complying with OSHA's numerous federal and state occupational safety and health standards and regulations. Part I of the 2014 OSHA webinar series will focus on OSHA's Temporary Worker Initiative, enforcement issues and … Continue reading OSHA’s Temporary Worker Initiative: 2014 OSHA Webinar Series, Part I
OSHA Forecast: Developments to Watch For In 2013
Posted on December 26th, 2012 by Eric J. Conn Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to all of you, and Happy 1st Anniversary to the OSHA Law Update blog. On December 20th, we celebrated our first full year of updates and articles (56 of them) about important OSHA Law topics here on the OSHA Law Update … Continue reading OSHA Forecast: Developments to Watch For In 2013
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