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“Groundbreaking OSHA Developments in 2015 to Directly Impact 2016 — and Beyond,” IndustryWeek

December 31, 2015

“Indeed, 2015 was in many ways a groundbreaking year for OSHA,” note Michael Rubin and Stefan A. Borovina, attorneys in Goldberg Segalla’s OSHA and Worksite Safety Practice Group, in this article authored for IndustryWeek.

In this article, Michael and Stefan provide a recap of a number of noteworthy developments — including how the federal budget is likely to increase OSHA penalties significantly, the “shaming” of employers via electronic reporting, a new enforcement weighting system that assigns greater value to complex inspections requiring more time and resources, and updates to OSHA’s Field Operations Manual — all of which are likely to impact employers well into 2016 and beyond.

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