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Occupational Safety & Health Reporter™

The Occupational Safety & Health Reporter™ provides complete news coverage and documentation of federal and state occupational safety and health programs, standards, legislation, regulations, enforcement, and Review Commission decisions. This subscription is included in the Safety Resource Center.

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OVERVIEW

EXPERT NEWS & COMMENTARY

Receive notice of any key developments in workplace safety and health, including the status of OSHA-related bills in Congress, proposed and final regulations, and OSHRC decisions. Consult the most significant decisions on worker safety and health issued by federal and state courts and OSHRC, complete with explanatory headnotes summarizing the points of law addressed. Use the latest information on rulings issued by tribunals nationwide to prepare your cases before courts or administrative agencies.


TRUSTED ANALYSIS

Trust Bloomberg BNA’s objectivity and expertise. Published since OSHA was founded in 1971, the Reporter is an indispensable asset for safety professionals in both the private and public sectors. Achieve compliance. Before you act, check all components of this unique information service — news, authoritative reference materials, and cases — to make certain you’re on target.

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TIMESAVING TOOLS

Facilitate research using Bloomberg BNA’s exclusive classification system. Make sense of complex statutes, regulations, policies, and legal procedures with well-organized, clearly written information. Review the full text of OSH-related source materials, including key OSHA standards, directives, and memorandums, OSHA field operations and technical manuals, and directories of officials in government, associations, and advisory panels.


TOPICS COVERED

  • All major legislative, regulatory, and judicial developments relating to job safety.
  • National and special emphasis programs of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
  • Activities of OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and other federal and state government agencies.
  • Asbestos
  • Bloodborne pathogens
  • Chemicals
  • Congressional activity and oversight
  • Construction
  • Disabilities
  • Drug testing
  • Emergency planning and response
  • Enforcement
  • Ergonomics
  • Hazardous materials
  • Health hazards
  • Indoor air quality
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Injury and illness statistics
  • Litigation
  • Mine safety and health
  • Nanotechnology
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Process safety
  • Recordkeeping
  • Research
  • Right-to-know
  • Risk management
  • Safety audits
  • Standards and variances
  • State plans
  • Unions
  • Voluntary protection programs

SPECIFICATIONS

Formats and Frequency

Updated weekly online with latest developments added daily.

Latest Developments

Available daily

Web Notification and Email Updates

Available weekly and archived to 02.07.1996

Email summaries provide the highlights and table of contents for each report, with URLs to full text articles and documents.