Every Pennsylvania worker deserves strong workplace safety protections | Opinion
The simple fact is that any worksite can be dangerous, from an office to a school or a local roadway.
Wolf admin completes ‘first step’ in OSHA study | Five for the Weekend
The feasibility study, which was conducted through a collaboration between Indiana University of Pennsylvania and several state agencies, examined the five-year period from 2016-2021 and estimated the costs of adopting OSHA standards for commonwealth employees under the governor’s jurisdiction to be $54.8 million at baseline and $14.4 million for year one.
Wolf administration commissions study of public sector workplace protections
Experts at Indiana University will conduct the study of the working conditions and safety standards for public sector workers.