Affirmative defense provisions within state implementation plans (SIPs) have long been a controversial topic and the subject of litigation against the EPA.
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If you’ve been issued an OSHA citation, you may feel that it was undeserved and wish to contest it. But if you’re going to contest, you’ll need to give a reason. Keep reading for a discussion of the defenses you can make against an OSHA citation.
OSHA’s new lockout/tagout (LOTO) directive tells you how the agency is interpreting the LOTO standards – and how its inspectors will be enforcing it. Wouldn’t you love to have the inside scoop on what OSHA inspectors will be looking for when they examine your lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures? Well, you can – courtesy of the agency […]