COVID-19 Impacts in Massachusetts: Massachusetts State and Federal Courthouses Re-Open In Phased Approach
Cal/OSHA Issues First COVID-19 Related Citations
OSHA Updates Rule on Medical Records Access
Reopening Workplaces Amid COVID-19: Key Considerations for Non-Essential Businesses
California Employers Face Broader Recording and Reporting Obligations for COVID-19 Illnesses
OSHA Coronavirus Guidance for Employers Continues to Evolve
Making Sense of Environmental Agency Enforcement Policies in the Wake of a Pandemic
Coronavirus: OSHA Considerations for Employers
Are You Ready to Report an Accidental Chemical Release to Another Agency?
California’s Injury and Illness Prevention Plans: New Rules on Employee Access
EPA Rescinds Obama-Era RMP Rule
OSHA Reiterates Requirement for Access to Qualified Trainers During Safety and Health Worker Training – Limitations on Computer-Based Training
OSHA Implements New System for Measuring Enforcement Activity
California Law Eliminates Email Reporting for Serious Workplace Accidents
CalOSHA Wildfire Smoke Emergency Regulation Now in Effect
OSHA Announces Lockout/Tagout and Standards Improvement Project Developments
Seeing Smoke Ahead: Cal/OSHA Proposes Emergency Regulation to Protect Workers from Wildfire Smoke Exposure
States Draft Legislation Following EPA's PFAS Action Plan
OSHA Finalizes Rule Rescinding Electronic Submission of Certain Injury and Illness Records
Fifth Circuit Upholds OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy
OSHA Proposes Amendments to its 2017 Beryllium Standard
OSHA Issues Important Guidance for Employer Safety Incentive/Drug-Testing Programs and Forecasts Key Enforcement Targeting Initiative
Eleventh Circuit Rejects OSHA Effort to Expand Inspection Based on Injury Records
OSHA Proposes to Rescind Electronic Submission of Certain Injury and Illness Records
EPA Proposes to Rescind RMP Provisions Amended Under Obama Administration, Seeks Comments
OSHA Issues Direct Final Standard Amending Beryllium Standards for General Industry with Attention to Dermal Contact
California Supreme Court Allows Unfair Competition and False Advertising Claims Against Employer Arising From Workplace Accident