The United States Supreme Court upheld a “stay” on the Emergency Temporary Standard, three PRINTING United experts weigh in.
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon OSHA have revised and published their new guidance for fully vaccinated individuals.
OSHA released guidance regarding the employer’s obligation to record adverse reactions when employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The best way to stay informed regarding vaccinations in your state is through the website links provided.
EPR programs are designed to shift the cost of waste management from local governments to producers.
The CCSMM released a series of public engagement questions soliciting input on a tax or fee on printed goods to increase recycling.
Is your business truly prepared if a COVID-19 safety inspector arrives to go through your facility?
More states are enacting polices regarding use of face masks and social distancing. Clearly we are not out of the woods yet.
If you have decided to move into government procurement contracts, there are several secrets to understand.
I am so proud to be associated with the printing industry — and even more so right now! I can not open my email, look at my LinkedIn page, or read twitter without reading how companies are stepping up to provide much needed materials for those working the front lines of this pandemic.
Since 2017 there have been 62 proposals in 17 states that would require warning labels or ingredient listings for products.
EPA issued a new rule that reduces the regulatory requirements for waste aerosol cans.
In late January, President Trump signed into law the USMCA, which includes a range of updates and changes.
The United States Mexico Canada Agreement, which replaces NAFTA, is now awaiting President Trump’s signature.
With a new year comes updates to OSHA injury and illness record keeping and reporting requirements.