In October 2021, OSHA released preliminary data for the top 10 most-cited standards in fiscal year 2021. The data includes violations cited between Oct. 1, 2020, and Sept. 30, 2021. The preliminary data was presented at the 2021 NSC Safety Congress and Expo by Patrick Kapust, deputy director of the Directorate of Enforcement Programs at OSHA.
Each year following the publication of the top 10 list Eye on Safety takes a look at the list to see what has changed and also where workplace safety professionals might find areas for improvement in their own safety programs.
As the country shifts to a liberal presidency and Congress, the Center for Progressive Reform (CPR), a nonprofit think tank, is calling upon state and federal lawmakers to create a private right of action that would allow employees to sue their employer for OSHA violations.
Recipients chosen from record number of entrants; 3 distributors and 3 manufacturers honored.
October 28, 2020
At its recent NETWORK2020 Virtual event, the American Supply Association revealed the winners of its 2020 ASA Safety Award. The award program is administered by the ASA Safety Committee, and enjoyed record participation this year.