Year in Review and What's
New in California for 2018

Cal/OSHA Regulations, Enforcement Trends and More


Over the past year, California has undergone a number of important workplace safety developments. Several rule updates took effect in 2017, and more are on the way in 2018. New regulations for process safety management for oil refineries and workplace violence in health care took effect in 2017, and 2018 will bring debates on rules that aim to prevent musculoskeletal injuries among hotel housekeepers and revise several electrical safety standards to incorporate federal changes. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) adopted higher penalties in 2016; as of late 2017, California finally followed suit by raising its own fines for workplace safety and health violations, which means that employers in California have more reason than ever to stay in compliance.


This exclusive Special Report will walk through these recent developments and give you a preview of what’s coming your way so you can prepare now.


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