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Posts from July 2015.

Ted Boehm and I spoke to the July 23 Human Resources Management Association of the Gwinnett County Chamber, one of the best run chambers in the Country, on July 23 about the urgent need to revise Employee Handbooks and policies, and to retrain supervisors based on the expansive new NLRB, Wage-Hour and EEO changes.

I don’t believe in coincidences, so when in the same day, I see pronouncements from OSHA, EHS-Today and BNA about why Texas is experiencing “so many” fatalities, I assume that Fed-OSHA is sighting on Texas contractors. Let’s be clear, I agree with a serious self-critical analysis of workplace fatalities in Texas. One is too many. However, politics always affects regulatory and enforcement efforts and Texas is not one of the Administration’s ...

First, hats off to our hosts, Master Builders and Constructors Association of Western Pennsylvania, who took the attendees to a Pirates-Padres game and better introduced us to the vibrant city of Pittsburgh. The content of the last two Committee meetings has also been outstanding. I’ll try to later post more information.

A. OSHA’s New Construction Confined Space Entry Standard

Jim Goss, the Government Affairs Committee, and a Pane of contractors ...

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