A proposed federal rule that would require construction companies make public the reports of any on-site injuries and illnesses is prompting concerns about how the information would be used.Read More »
By Joe Lanane The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will beef up its penalties Oct. 1, prompting some in the construction industry to question whether the agency’s focus is on safety or money. OSHA’s revised system for calculating penalties comes ...
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By Marie Rohde A construction industry association wants a new crane and derrick safety rule to be delayed until federal officials provide more information about the rule. The federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s 1,100-page rule is to take effect ...Read More »
By Bill Clements Special to The Daily Reporter A national builders association is accusing OSHA of hiding citation penalty and construction enforcement changes in a federal bill for the mining industry. But the Occupational Safety and Health Administration counters the ...Read More »