September 20, 2021
OSHRC Seeks Input On General Duty Authority To Address Heat Stress
OSHA's review commission is seeking unusual public input on whether and how regulators can address workplace heat stress cases under the agency's general duty clause, as a company is challenging a citation arguing that the Secretary failed to establish that the hazard existed or that the employer could have reasonably recognized such a hazard. OSHRC requested that by April 30 , interested parties file briefs in the case Secretary of Labor, Department of Labor vs. A.H. Sturgill Roofing, Inc....
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