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It’s Summer and I Have Nothing to Wear: Personal Protective Equipment and Summer Dress Codes

Summer is ghere, and so is the sun. That means many people will try to stay cool while working and many businesses relax dress codes to allow for shorts and sandals. But workplace hazards do not take a summer vacation, and the hot weather also brings its own dangers.

Ebola and the Evolution of Personal Protective Equipment Recommendations

The use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is evolving in ways that could not have been foreseen, as a collective brain trust of medical experts and front line workers push for modifications of PPE guidelines to wall off any potential exposure to the Ebola virus.

OSHA Issues Final Rule on Employer-Paid PPE (pdf).

Final Rule issued on November 17, 2007.

OSHA Publishes Final Rule Regarding Payment of Costs For Personal Protective Equipment.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently announced publication of a final rule that will require employers, with only a few exceptions, to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to employees at no cost to the employee, where such equipment is already required by OSHA.

OSHA Issues Long-Awaited Final Rule On Personal Protective Equipment.

After an eight-year delay and seemingly endless controversy, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released a Final Rule on November 14, clarifying when an employer must pay for employee Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Assuming there are no further challenges, OSHA proposes to begin enforcement next May.
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