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NARI Urges Clarification on Silica Rule

Economic costs and permissible exposure levels among top concerns More

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OSHA Proposes $145,200 Fine on Timber Mill
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OSHA Proposes $145,200 Fine on Timber Mill

Workers exposed to amputation hazards and excessive noise, say investigators More

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25 Trade Associations Say 'No' to OSHA's Silica Rule

A coalition of 25 trade associations that includes NARI and NAHB urged OSHA to withdraw its proposed silica rule. More

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OSHA Slaps BMC With $41,000 Fine, Seven Citations
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OSHA Cites Lowe's for Workplace Safety Hazards
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OSHA Announces Workplace-Fatality Directive

OSHA announces new directive to improve communication with families following a workplace fatality More

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OSHA Sets 3-Month Phase-In Before Enforcing Fall Protection Rules

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has decided to give companies an extra three months, until Sept. 15, to comply with the agency's new residential construction fall protection directive. More

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EPA To Examine Health Concerns Over Two Spray Foam Chemicals

The Environmental Protection Agency intends to study whether it needs to address potential health risks of two chemicals found in spray polyurethane foam and used in compounds that seal concrete and finish floors. More

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OSHA Withdraws Injury Proposal, Noise Clarification, Seeks Input

Pressure from Congressional leaders and business owners nationwide helped persuade the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to withdraw an injury reporting proposal as well as a noise control interpretation, citing the need for more input. More

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OSHA Pulls Back Injury-Reporting Proposal

OSHA has withdrawn from review by the Office of Management and Budget a proposal to restore a column for work-related musculoskeletal disorders in employer injury and illness logs. More

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