Show Filters
INGAA comments on OSHA’s Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

In the supplemental notice, OSHA is soliciting comments on whether to amend the proposed rule to require that employers inform their employees of their right to report injuries and illnesses, and that any injury and illness reporting requirements established by the employer must be reasonable and not unduly burdensome. OSHA… Read More

INGAA’s Comments to OSHA’s Request for Information concerning Process Safety Management

Several of the issues raised in OSHA’s RFI may significantly impact INGAA’s members. INGAA appreciates the opportunity to comment on OSHA’s RFI, and is willing to meet with OSHA to address any concerns OSHA may have. PSM Comments 3.31.pdfDownload… Read More

INGAA’s Comments to OSHA’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding Improved Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses

Conclusion While transparency in recordkeeping serves a valuable purpose, the Proposed Rulemaking is unreasonable and unnecessarily complicated. OSHA should specify how it will utilize any data it collects. OSHA should also abandon any consideration of enterprise-wide submissions.   For the reasons stated, INGAA respectfully suggests that OSHA modify the Proposed… Read More

INGAA Files Comments to OSHA’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding Silica

 INGAA believes that OSHA’s current silica standard adequately addresses silica exposure and protects employees in the … Read More

INGAA Comment to OSHA’s Proposed Noise Standard Interpretation

The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), a trade association of the interstate… Read More