Skip to Main Content

California: Federal Review Indicates Improvements in Cal/OSHA Enforcement Program

Prepared for the Katten Safety Advisory Group
Advisory | October 8, 2018

In its Fiscal Year ("FY") 2017 Federal Annual Monitoring and Evaluation ("FAME") Report, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration ("OSHA") noted that the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health ("Cal/OSHA") has improved its enforcement, appeals, and federal standards adoption practices. The FAME process involves a case file review of closed inspections resulting in violations, along with randomly selected Cal/OSHA office visits. The FY 2017 Report's conclusions suggest that Cal/OSHA's performance may be attributed to enhanced resources and more aggressive regulatory policies. Below are notable statistics and observations from the FY 2017 Report, which is available here.

Full access to Katten Safety Advisory Group alerts is restricted to members. For more information on KSAG, please click here. If you are interested in membership in KSAG, please email KSAG@kattenlaw.com

Katten Websites   Careers  |  Alumni  |  Mobile Site
Contact Us   Offices  |  Media Center  |  People  |  Email
Legal Notices   Disclaimer  |  Privacy Notice  |  Cookie Notice  |  United Kingdom Notices  | Accessibility 
© 2018 Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP