Democrats in the US House of Representatives have introduced a resistance resolution to a new regulation that reverts parts of the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration's electronic filing rule and provides additional protection for whistleblowers.
H.J.. Res. 44, introduced by Rep. Andy Levin, D-Mich., On Friday, would not approve the final OSHA rule called Workplace Damage Tracking and Diseases published by the Agency on January 25, which means that the rule will not come into effect if the resolution was adopted jointly by both houses. Congress.
The Congress Review Act gives Congress 60 legislative days not to approve any rule. This statute has previously been used not to approve the OSHA rules, including the 201
At the same time, rope introduced. Joe Courtney, D-Conn., HR 1974 on Thursday to change the work safety and health law of 1970 to extend the coverage under the Charter, increase protection for whistleblowers, increase sanctions for gravity abuses, adjust penalties for inflation and grant rights to victims or their family members, according to a summary of the summary.