The Board of Inspectors begins a review of the Swedish Work Environment Authority's "activities and efforts to protect employees from exposure to COVID-19", according to a Ministry of Labor memorandum issued on Monday.
In the memorandum sent to OSHA's Deputy Secretary for Work Environment, the Inspector General's Office stated that it will contact OSHA's audit liaison to schedule an introductory conference to discuss the objectives, scope and method of the audit.
A spokeswoman for OSHA issued a statement saying the Ministry of Labor "is committed to working with the OIG on our efforts to continually improve our ability to protect workers from COVID-1
9 exposure and advocate for those most affected by the pandemic." 19659002] "As stated in the President's Executive Order, OSHA evaluates whether a temporary emergency standard is necessary to protect workers, a process that reflects developments in science, best practices and standards. We are also working on a national emphasis program related to COVID-19 to focus our efforts on violations that put the largest number of workers at serious risk or in breach of the principles of retaliation.The Biden administration is committed to doubling the number of OSHA inspectors.OSHA is reviewing its COVID-19 compliance measures and will identify any changes that can better protect workers. " More insurance and workers' compensation news about the coronavirus crisis here .