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14. Dec 2017

Demolition Debris Recycling

Reducing waste can save money, reduce air, soil, and water pollution, and conserve energy and resources. Demolition companies play a critical role in recycling, reducing, or reusing construction and demolition waste. In fact, California is a leader in promoting environmentally friendly regulations pertaining to the C&D industries. Reuse and Recycling Recycling and reuse of C&D […]

14. Jul 2017

OSHA Proposes Two Extensions

Electronic Recordkeeping In May 2016, OSHA issued its final rule, Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illness. Employers has a compliance deadline phased in for the electronic submission of recordkeeping forms. In 2017, employers with 250 or more employees and businesses with fewer than 250 employees but 20 or more in some high-risk industries were […]

7. Jul 2017

OSHA Rescinds Union Walk Through Memo

In 2013, OSHA issued a memo stating the agency would allow a non-employee union representative to act as the employee representative during an inspection of a company that had no current bargaining units. This was only if the specific individual was authorized by the employees to act as the representative at the discretion of the […]