OSHA Unveils Plans in FY 2019 Budget Justification
February 20, 2018 | Industry News
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;
- Beryllium Standards
- Record Keeping
- Fit Testing Procedures
- Hazard Communication Standard
- Crane & Derricks in Construction
- 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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