In my January 14, 2022, blog, Supreme Court Ruling on OSHA’s ETS: What Does it Mean and What’s Next? I discussed what could be next for OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard. As of January 26, 2022, OSHA has withdrawn the Emergency Temporary Standard and is pursuing a permanent standard through the standard process, which is slower and more rigorous. OSHA withdrawing the ETS means that employers can rest easy that they will never have to comply with its requirements. However, there’s more to come as OSHA looks to implement similar requirements through a permanent rule.
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