Stefan A. Borovina Discusses 2023 Workplace Safety Priorities with Newsday
Stefan A. Borovina, a partner in Goldberg Segalla’s OSHA and Worksite Safety practice group, recently spoke with Newsday regarding OSHA regulations, priorities, and safety programs in 2023.
“I think workplace stress is definitely on OSHA’s radar,” Stefan said, explaining that OSHA must show that a mental-health issue and stress is work-related, which could be difficult even under the general-duty clause. He also noted employers should still be mindful of workplace stress, and to seek out OSHA resources to address the issue.
Stefan further encouraged employers to review the top 10 hazards list for fiscal year 2022, as the list does not necessarily change year-to-year and will provide employers insight into relevant hazards in 2023.
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“OSHA Getting Back Up to Speed; Workplace Stress on Its Radar,” Newsday, January 4, 2023
MORE ABOUT GOLDBERG SEGALLA’S STEFAN A. BOROVINA:
Stefan A. Borovina, a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) and attorney with more than a decade of litigation and risk-management experience, is an advisor to construction contractors, large subcontractors, developers, premises owners, and other clients across the country operating in construction, manufacturing, and other industries. Stefan is an authority on matters related to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the compliance issues in construction and general industry, as well as matters related to New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) inspections, citations, permitting, licensing, and general compliance.