Inside OSHA

June 6, 2023

Congress Set To Raise OSHA’s Budget By $20 Million In FY22 Omnibus

March 9, 2022 at 6:22 PM
Lawmakers appear poised to approve a fiscal year 2022 omnibus spending bill that would boost OSHA’s funding by $20 million as part of an overall $1.8 billion for the Labor Department’s (DOL) worker protection agencies -- a $42 million hike from current levels and just $2 million shy of the White House’s request. If enacted, the FY22 omnibus released early March 9 by leaders of both parties would give OSHA $612 million for the fiscal year, though with little detail...

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