OSHA Reports on State-Run Occupational Safety and Health Programs
OSHA announced Sept. 28 that it has concluded a special evaluation of state-run occupational safety and health programs under its jurisdiction. According to the agency, the review uncovered both well-run state plans as well as concerns about some plans’ hazard identification, proposed penalty levels, violation follow-up procedures and more.
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DOL’s OSHA reports on state-run occupational safety and health programs [09/29/2010]
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration today announced that it has concluded a special evaluation of state-run occupational safety and health programs under its jurisdiction. Enhanced Federal Annual Monitoring and Evaluation reports provide detailed findings and recommendations on the operations of state-run OSHA programs in 25 states and territories. The …
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Feds: Cal/OSHA needs speedier complaint process
The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health needs to speed up its complaint process and do a better job training inspectors, among other improvements, according to federal labor officials.
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