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FLASH: Cal/OSHA Delays Silica Standard Enforcement Construction gets some extra breathing room to prove that silica control methods Fed-OSHA doesn't recognize shouldn’t be part of California’s controversial standard. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Fed-OSHA Delays Silica Standard – Will Cal/OSHA? The effective date of a controversial regulation to prevent silica exposure has been pushed back by three months by OSHA. But what about California? Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Congress Reins In OSHA Log 300 Rules The U.S. House has voted to rescind a controversial Fed-OSHA regs on injury and illness recordkeeping. The Senate and president will follow suit. Will employers in California be able to be cites for up to 5 years for OSHA 300 log violations? Find out here… Read more here ... More...

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Judge Orders CDPH Cell Phone Guidance Document Released Is it outdated information, or are public health authorities holding back vital information on cell phone users' health? Here's the controversy that sparked a court case. Read more here ... More...
Four Killed, Two Trimming Trees Here are the latest workplace fatalities Cal/OSHA is investigating. Read more here ... More...
Letters to the Editor: The Recordkeeping Reality The California Industry Hygiene Council's take on the recent rhubarb over injury and illness record retention. Read more here ... More...
Cal/OSHA Issues Serious Citations in Employee’s Forklift Fatality A tumble off a ramp in an industrial truck kills a San Francisco worker. What went wrong and what did the employer do to earn serious violations from Cal/OSHA? Read more here ... More...
More Fall Protection Violations at the Same S.F. Site? Fall protection is a big issue in California and around the country. Here's an example of what could well be a tragedy waiting to happen. Read more here ... More...
Monterey County Charges Employer in Bulldozer Fatality A bulldozer operator working to help fight a major fire dies when his dozer rolls over on him. Cal/OSHA cited the employer – now prosecutors have weighed in. Read more here ... More...