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11/22/2021

Update: 2018 TSCA Mercury Reporting Rule Revised

On November 8, a revision to EPA's 2018 rule "Reporting Requirements for TSCA Mercury Inventory: Mercury" was published to the Federal Register and will go into effect on December 8.

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11/10/2021

Aerospace Manufacturer Faces $308K in OSHA Safety & Training Violations

A Connecticut aircraft parts manufacturer has been cited by OSHA for alleged violations of the Agency’s hazardous substance exposure safety and training regulations.

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11/08/2021

NY to Add Right to a Clean Environment to State Constitution

NY voters approved a measure on November 2 to revise the New York Constitution’s Bill of Rights to add the right to clean air, clean water, and a healthy environment. The measure was included in the State’s local election as one of five referendum questions on the ballot.

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11/08/2021

EPA Enforcement Roundup: Week of 11/8

Failure to comply with all applicable US EPA requirements can result in future liability and civil penalties as high as $100,000+ per day, per violation (and growing every year).

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11/05/2021

Safety Inspectors to Focus on Chemical Exposures in Midwest

OSHA’s regional office in Kansas City, MO announced a new Regional Emphasis Program to “increase awareness of chemical exposures and ensure employers implement required safety and health procedures”

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11/05/2021

OMB Concludes Review of OSHA COVID-19 Vaccine, Testing ETS

Update: OSHA has suspended activities related to the implementation and enforcement of its emergency temporary standard concerning employer COVID-19 vaccination and testing programs. 

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11/02/2021

VIDEO: Responders Roll to Hazmat Situation at Bowling Ball Factory

The City of Jennings, Missouri declared a State of Emergency on Thursday last week when a fire at an abandoned bowling ball factory created an “extremely complex and large-scale fire and hazmat situation” for local responders. A shelter-in-place order was issued for the city school district.

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11/02/2021

Senate Confirms OSHA Leader After 4-Year Gap

On October 25, US Senate confirmed Doug Parker as head of the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in a 50–41 vote. This marks the first time OSHA has had a confirmed head administrator since January 2017, when then-leader David Michaels stepped down.

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10/19/2021

12 Chemicals Proposed for EPCRA TRI Reporting List

US EPA has proposed adding 12 entries to the list of chemicals subject to the EPCRA Section 313 Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting requirements.   

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10/13/2021

Top 10 OSHA Violations of 2021

OSHA unveiled a list of the top 10 most-cited workplace safety violations for FY2021 during a National Safety Council event on October 12.

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