RAND Study Fails to Consider Major Issues

Cal/OSHA is proposing an indoor heat prevention regulation. It will when effective, affect some 196,000 employers and about 1.4 million employees. The new regulation will cost employers between $657 million and $1.132 billion during the time frame between 2023 and 2032, according to a Standard Regulatory Impact Assessment commissioned by the Department of Industrial Relations. … Read More »

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