As we transition to new ways of operating against a backdrop of a volatile global economic outlook, global businesses are implementing strategies to ensure they can continue to operate in a rapidly changing and increasingly uncertain legal and regulatory landscape. Operational resilience and a clear strategy will be essential for organizations not only to survive, but to thrive, in 2020 and beyond. While protecting public health still remains the priority, many organizations are facing challenges, including major disruption to their supply chains, meeting contractual obligations, bringing people back to the workplace and implications under funding arrangements. Many of these issues need to be navigated on a cross-border basis.
This global resource hub identifies the key issues and provides practical guidance as well as innovative and strategic thinking from our lawyers around the world on the legal and regulatory challenges. Our multi-disciplinary team takes a holistic approach to risk management that spans business units, areas of law and national boundaries.
What the future will hold, as we attempt to shift towards a period of recovery, is unclear. However, we can certainly expect disruption for some time, and businesses will need the assistance of agile legal teams during this time and beyond.
OSHA compliance, investigations and citation appeal archive
Our OSHA newsletter is a publication of the Norton Rose Fulbright US OSHA team. This newsletter provides information on recent developments by both the federal and various approved states’ occup...
OSHA compliance, investigations and citation appeals
Providing information on recent developments concerning both the federal and various approved states’ occupational safety and health programs across the nation.
State-specific OSHA guidelines: Virginia
As previously reported, last summer, Virginia became the first state in the nation to issue an Emergency Temporary Standard, which addressed COVID-19 in the workplace.
State-specific OSHA guidelines: Tennessee
On June 21, 2021, Federal OSHA promulgated an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) for COVID-19 in the healthcare industry.
State-specific OSHA guidelines: California
Employers should take note of an important decision issued recently by the Division of Occupational Safety & Health (DOSH, Division, or Cal/OSHA) Appeals Board. In Sunview Vineyards, the Board elu...