June 17, 2021
OSHA Seeks $64 Million Funding Boost, 362 New Staff In FY22 Request
The White House is proposing a $64 million boost to OSHA’s budget including 362 new full-time equivalent (FTE) staff positions, in what would be an across-the-board boost to the agency’s capacity for rulemaking, enforcement and outreach that the Biden administration says is needed to “reassert its position” in national safety policy. In its fiscal year 2022 budget in brief for the Department of Labor (DOL), released following the May 28 unveiling of the overall FY22 appropriations request, the Biden administration...
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