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DG Digest: CPSC asks for public comment on how hazard warnings are communicated to consumers

DG Digest: CPSC asks for public comment on how hazard warnings are communicated to consumers

The “Summer Lull” continues apace in the regulatory world, with minimal action last week.  Meanwhile, this new week will see a “heat dome” settle over much of the country.  Be sure to help your employees cope; it’s important to remember that many employees look to HSE and other regulatory personnel for guidance and support in

DG Digest: Should training providers be able to administer CDL skills testing?

The summer doldrums continue in the regulatory sector, with minimal activity underway.  The FMCSA is the big player this week, with a significant proposal to modify CDL driver testing standards.  Here’s all the latest: FMCSA The agency proposes to allow States to permit a third party skills test examiner to administer the Commercial Driver’s License

DG Digest: EPA extentions, proposed new rules for table saws, and OSHA is looking for training partners

Welcome to mid-May!  It was another fairly quiet week in the regulatory world, with what news there was mainly focused in the environmental and safety sectors.  Here’s the brief: U.S. EPA On December 15, 2016, EPA issued a notice in the Federal Register requesting public comment on whether revision to the current size standards for

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