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What Happened to Plan/Prevent/Protect?

It has been approximately two years since the Department of Labor announced its “Plan/Prevent/Protect” compliance strategy, with the basic goal to “ensure employers and other regulated entities are in full compliance with the law every day, not just when Department inspectors come calling.”  We thought that it would be interesting to take a quick look… Continue Reading

IIPP – Ready or Not Here it Comes!

OSHA is poised to release to the public its initial regulatory approach to its Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) rule. OSHA has announced that it will begin the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement and Fairness Act (SBREFA) process for its IIPP rule, at which time the Agency will likely make public a draft regulatory text and… Continue Reading

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration at 40

OSHA is 40 this year and the Agency is looking back on its history and "celebrating" its accomplishments.  OSHA recently issued a timeline that stretches all the way back to December 29, 1970, when the Occupational Safety and Health Act was signed, and highlights Agency accomplishments up to the present.    Not surprisingly, the timeline is heavily populated… Continue Reading