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07/25/2020

COVID-19 Training Standards for California Employers

As part of California's Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) requirements, employers must protect workers workplace hazards, including infectious diseases like COVID-19.

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07/25/2020

COVID-19 Guidelines for New York Employers

In New York, each business or entity must develop a written Safety Plan that outlines how the employer will prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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08/30/2018

EPA Enforcement Roundup: Week of 9/4

In today’s EPA Enforcement Roundup—EPA and DOJ reach an $11 million CERCLA agreement, and a vegetable oil and biodiesel plant faces a half-a-million dollar fine for Clean Water Act SPCC violations. In addition, the owners of a rail car cleaning company have been indicted for their actions surrounding a 2015 explosion that killed 2 workers.  

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01/05/2016

How OSHA’s General Duty Clause Affects Your Workplace

OSHA's General Duty Clause (GDC) is a cornerstone of work safety regulations in the United States. Found in Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, or OSH Act, the General Duty Clause lays out the basic responsibility of the employer to protect employees from the hazards present in the workplace...

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9 Exceptions to OSHA Injury Reporting