OSHA must publicize new guidance regarding coronavirus in the workplace, according to direction from the Biden Administration.

President Biden signed an executive order on his first full day in office directing the agency to increase its enforcement of existing regulations and also look into publishing new measures that would oblige employers to step up workplace protections, The New York Times reported.

Labor unions and others have been critical of OSHA, saying the agency scaled back enforcement under former President Trump.

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jpmugivan

OSHA has been a paper tiger well before Trump going back to the previous millennium.

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