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Bradford Hammock Comments on Ann Rosenthal's Retirement as the DOL’s Top Occupational Safety Attorney

Bradford Hammock comments on Ann Rosenthal retiring from the Department of Labor’s Office of the Solicitor where she has spent 40 years handling worker safety and health cases in "Labor Solicitor Wraps Four Decades of Defending Worker Safety," published by Bloomberg BNA.

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Trever Neuroth Comments on CAL/OSHA Proposing Emergency Regulation on Smoke-Protection after Destructive Wildfire Season

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Trever Neuroth comments on California's DOSH releasing its proposed Protection from Wildfire Smoke regulation, which outlines minimum air quality standards, communications and training requirements, and engineering and administrative controls for dealing with wildfire smoke in "Proposed wildfire smoke regulation... Read More

March 6, 2019
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Raymond Perez Comments on Implications of OSHRC Chair Announcing Resignation

March 6, 2019

Raymond Perez comments on the implications of Heather MacDougall resigning as Chair from the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, creating concerns about another potential staffing shortage at the review commission in " OSHRC’s MacDougall announces resignation," published by Business Insurance. Subscription may be... Read More

February 22, 2019
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Raymond Perez Comments on the Decrease in OSHA Investigators and its Impact on Whistleblower Cases

February 22, 2019

Raymond Perez comments on the increased number of whistleblower complaints coming to OSHA over the last five years, while the number of investigators has declined in "Whistleblower Complaints Up; Investigator Count Down," published by Bloomberg Law. Subscription may be required to view article Read More