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OSHA and the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators have yet to find a resolution on the agency's pending crane operator qualifications rule.
OSHA will place less emphasis on counting the number of inspections it conducts; instead, it has developed a new enforcement weighting system.
While data is still preliminary, OSHA's Top Ten Citation List for 2015 reveals trends in serious and willful violations.
OSHA and the American Red Cross renewed their alliance to continue efforts in reducing workplace incidents and protecting workers.
Penalties may increase by as much as 80%, the first increase since 1990.
As fiscal year 2015 comes to a close, chemical manufacturers and importers prepare for a pending deadline.
Proposed updates would incorporate ANSI best practices.
Proposed enhancements to the oversight of hazardous waste shipments were published September, 2015.
Also known as The Purple Book, the standard is used around the world, and more than seventy nations have adopted at least part of it.
Detection systems are used to help protect miners from being crushed or pinned in confined underground mine spaces.