Resource pages for "OSHA"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
OSHA is seeking comments related to the development of a final standard to protect healthcare workers from workplace exposure to Covid-19.
The U.S. Department of Labor will award $3.2 million in Susan Harwood grants for workplace safety and health training on infectious diseases, including COVID-19.
The National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health will meet on Feb. 22; Heat Injury and Illness Work Group will gather Feb. 25.
The Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration does not have the authority to impose workplace vaccine or testing requirements, blocking an OSHA ETS.
Despite the reported decline in fatal work injuries, a worker still lost their life due to a work-related injury every two hours in 2020.
In the wake of a deadly tornado outbreak across eight states, OSHA's Tornado Response and Recovery webpage offers tips to keep workers safe.
The comment period for OSHA's COVID-19 vaccination and testing emergency temporary standard has been extended to mid-January.
OSHA offers a new Voluntary Protection Programs portal, and reminds employers to keep workers trained and healthy during the holiday season.
The Department of Labor will hold a virtual meeting of the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health on November16.
Workplace safety can be a serious challenge and business expense for any organization but AI video analytics can help bridge the gap between incident and response by quickly identifying and addressing hazards before they become problems.
Coinciding with a Biden-Harris administration interagency effort to protect indoor and outdoor workers, OSHA will publish an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking tomorrow.
Safety Labeling Solution pairs a Brother thermal transfer 4" printer with intuitive safety signage design software, as well as a variety of label, ribbon, color, and size options needed to create signage for safety standards and codes.
The Harwood Grants focus on targeted training, awareness, creation of safety programs for nonprofit organizations.
The U.S. Department of Labor will hold a virtual meeting to solicit public input on OSHA’s Whistleblower Protection Program.
Enhanced, expanded measures apply to indoor and outdoor workplaces, are part of an interagency Biden-Harris administration effort to protect workers, communities.
Last week, President Biden announced several initiatives regarding COVID-19 vaccine requirements for U.S. employers.
More than $6.7 million in grants will fund education and training programs to help workers and employers recognize infectious diseases, identify preventive measures.
Updated guidance expands information on ways to protect workers from COVID-19 in higher-risk workplaces with mixed-vaccination status workers.
The weeklong event, which recognizes effective workplace safety and health programs, begins Monday, August 9.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, OSHA's Emergency Temporary Standards address a number of enhanced standards designed to protect employees in healthcare facilities.