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Court Refuses To Block OSHA’s New Anti-Retaliation Rule That Restricts Post-Accident Drug Testing And Safety Incentive Programs

A federal judge in Dallas, Texas, decided Monday that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration could begin enforcing the anti-retaliation provisions of its new “Reasonable Reporting Procedure” rule starting tomorrow...more

Labor and Employment Law in a Trump Administration

How will employers fare under a Trump Administration? We’ve asked for comment from the thought leaders and heads of the practice areas that are likely to be affected the most. Affirmative Action/OFCCP Compliance Will...more

OSHA DELAYS Enforcement Date For New Anti-Retaliation Rule That Would Restrict Post-Accident Drug Testing And Safety Incentive...

Effective Date is Now December 1, While Court Considers Further Delay October 19, 2016 - The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced yesterday that it is once again delaying enforcement of the...more

OSHA Provides Guidance On Its New “Reasonable Reporting Procedure” Rule

The recent settlement of a whistleblower case brought under Section 11(c) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act has provided the first guidance by OSHA of its expectations under the new §1904.35 “Reasonable Reporting...more

Don’t Panic! Employers Should Be Able To Continue Most Post-Accident Drug Tests Under OSHA’s New “Reasonable Reporting Procedure”...

As we reported in our May 13, 2016, OSHA Update, on August 10, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration will begin enforcing its new regulation requiring employers (1) to have a “reasonable procedure” for employees...more

OSHA Rule Requires Public Reporting of Injuries by Employers, Bans "Unreasonable" Requirements for Employees to Report

On Wednesday, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration amended its occupational injury and illness recordkeeping rules to require larger establishments with at least 250 employees at any time during the previous...more

OSHA Targets More Manufacturing Industries For Amputation Inspections

In August, OSHA issued a revised version of its 2006 Directive on the Agency’s National Emphasis Program on Amputations that includes an updated list of 80 industries, primarily in manufacturing, that are targeted for...more

Caution: Your Workplace Accident Investigation May Be Used Against You!

Last week, I posted about OSHA’s expected final rule on a public database of workplace injuries and illnesses. While that expected rule would require employers to submit their injury and illness records to OSHA electronically...more

Trojan Horse In The 2015 Budget Agreement: OSHA Can (And Undoubtedly Will) Raise Penalties By 82 Percent

Wow! How did this happen? Buried in the fine print of the recent budget agreement between Congress and the White House, and seemingly slipped in at the last minute with no one claiming responsibility for the change, the...more

OSHA Rule Requiring Employers To Post Injury, Illness Info Online May Be Coming Soon

A draft final rule on electronic tracking of employers’ injury and illness records has been sent to the White House’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. This is...more

So You've Reported An Accident To OSHA: What Happens Next, And How Do You Respond?

OSHA’s “Interim Enforcement Procedures” Prioritize Its Responses to Reported Accidents, Calling for Inspections in Some Cases and Submission of the Employer’s Own Accident Investigation Report in Others....more

OSHA Announces New Injury and Illness Reporting Requirements and Recordkeeping Exemptions

On September 11, 2014, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced a final rule containing two amendments to the Agency's injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting regulations that will go into...more

Transportation Employers, Can You Survive The Federal Audit “Tag Team”?

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration are tag-teaming transportation employers. They’ve signed a Memorandum of Understanding in which they agree to share...more

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