OSHA gets a defender of its current COVID-19 policy

OSHA is being heavily criticized – and has been for months — by the U.S. House Education and Labor Committee, labor representatives, and the press for its COVID-19 enforcement. But the Phylmar Regulatory Roundtable (PRR) https://www.phylmar.com/regulatory-roundtable, made up of mostly Fortune 500 companies and utilities, take the view is that OSHA is fulfilling its role by issuing guidance and informing employers of what must be done. PRR recommends the Federal OSHA COVID-19 website which provides useful resources including summary data for federal and state, citation information, penalties, and regulations cited.

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