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Labor

  1. We must support the irreducible right of working people, without hindrance, to form a union and to bargain collectively with their employer. This right was guaranteed under the National Labor Relations Act of 1935.
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NEP to reduce or eliminate worker exposure to silica revised

Effective Feb. 4, the National Emphasis Program (NEP) on respirable crystalline silica for general industry, maritime and construction to “identify and reduce or eliminate” silica-related hazards was revised. 969 more words

COVID-19 FAQs for Employers - Answers to Frequently Asked Employment Law and OSHA Regulatory Questions

As employers around the country grapple with the employment law and workplace safety regulatory implications of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus – now called “COVID-19,” the Labor & Employment Law and OSHA specialist attorneys at Conn Maciel Carey LLP have been fielding countless questions and helping our clients and friends in industry manage this pandemic. 199 more words

OSHA

NFAW: Break - Descanso

By Sylvia Murphy, client service representative at MET, Inc.

“I’m from the deep south, the southern-most part of Texas, where there are hardly any shady spots in our fields to rest in. 352 more words

Agricultural Health

NFAW: Shade - Sombra

Quite literally, shade could mean the difference between life and death for farmworkers. Yet there is no federal heat protection law that would enforce farmworkers’ rights to breaks taken in the shade. 314 more words

Agricultural Health

OSHA & COVID-19

Contributed by guest author Matt Horn, March 24, 2020

Our clients continue asking us the same two questions about COVID-19 as it pertains to their obligations under OSHA. 432 more words

Coronavirus (COVID-19)