May 25, 2022
OSHA Seeks $90 Million Budget Increase To Fuel FY23 Enforcement Boost
The White House is asking Congress to raise OSHA’s budget by nearly $90 million in fiscal year 2023, with more than half of those funds earmarked for enforcement just as the agency is unveiling a new strategic plan calling for a 25 percent increase in workplace health and safety inspections by the end of the calendar year. In its FY23 spending request released March 28, the Biden administration sets a proposed OSHA budget of $701.4 million, up from the $612...
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