INJUNCTION AGAINST OSHA DENIED: OSHA TO BEGIN ENFORCING ITS POST-ACCIDENT DRUG TESTING AND SAFETY INCENTIVE RULES TOMORROW (DECEMBER 1, 2016) — Labor and Employment Law – SmithAmundsen

Contributed by Jonathon Hoag, November 30, 2016 OSHA previously delayed enforcement of its controversial post-accident drug testing and safety incentive rules until December 1, 2016. OSHA agreed to the delay at the request of a federal Judge who was considering a lawsuit requesting injunctive relief to prevent the new rules from going into effect. This […]

via INJUNCTION AGAINST OSHA DENIED: OSHA TO BEGIN ENFORCING ITS POST-ACCIDENT DRUG TESTING AND SAFETY INCENTIVE RULES TOMORROW (DECEMBER 1, 2016) — Labor and Employment Law – SmithAmundsen

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