OSHA Unveils Plans in FY 2019 Budget Justification

February 20, 2018 | Bryan McClure

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

In it’s recently released congressional budget justification, OSHA stated it’s plans for the 2019 fiscal year. OSHA expects to complete revisions to the following;

  1. Beryllium Standards
  2. Record Keeping
  3. Fit Testing Procedures
  4. Hazard Communication Standard 
  5. Crane & Derricks in Construction 
  6. Powered Industrial Trucks Standard 

The Trump administrations FY 2019 budget proposal that was released on February 12 would give OSHA about $549 million to work with, which is identical to it’s current budget.

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