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OSHA Releases Some Details on Heat Proposal as Part of Small Business Review Obligations

As part of its obligations under the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA), OSHA must involve small business representatives in the development of some rules.  This requires the agency convene a Small Business Advocacy Review Panel consisting of representatives from OSHA, the US Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy and OIRA.  The panel hears comments from Small Entity Representatives (SER), who are presented materials about the proposal.  OSHA has posted the SER materials and details on the panel for its proposed regulation on heat injury and illness.  Please visit: