We place our trust in regulatory bodies to create safety work standards. Over time, for the most part, these standards have evolved.
As of April 2022, the US Department of Labor has launched a National Emphasis Program (NEP) focussing on indoor and outdoor heat hazards.
US Department of Labor announces increased inspections and enforcement for healthcare facilities with COVID-19 patients.
Biden Administration looks to significantly increase OSHA staffing and inspections.
OSHA have announced that the Respiratory Protection Standard 1910.134 rose in the rankings to become the 2nd most cited safety standard in 2021.
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The Respiratory Protection Standard moves ranks to the 2nd most cited safety violation for the 2021 fiscal year.
Crystalline silica is present in many construction materials. It becomes respirable when these materials are cut or broken down into fine particles.