Friday, December 9, 2022

Latest Capitol Insider Blog Post Attempts to Demystify Cal/OSHA

For most people, the inner workings of the state Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) remain a mystery. In the latest Capitol Insider blog post, CalChamber Policy Advocate Marti Fisher explains Cal/OSHA processes, including how an idea becomes a regulation. Read more at In this 2016 file photo, Cal/OSHA Standards Board members take the oath of office from former Director of the Department of Industrial Relations Christine Baker. Photo courtesy Cal/OSHA Reporter
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