Clarification of OSHA's Position on Workplace Safety Incentive Programs and Post-Incident Drug Testing Under 29 C.F.R. §1904.35(b)(1)(iv)
Clarification of Procedures for Closing Investigations Based on a "Kick-Out" to Federal District Court
IMIS Recording of Whistleblower Complaints Initially Filed with Agencies Other Than OSHA
Coordination with Federal Partner Agencies
Expanded Administrative Closure Guidance: Updated Procedures to Close Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Cases that OSHA Lacks Authority to Investigate
Clarification of Streamlined Procedures to Close Cases that OSHA Lacks Authority to Investigate
Interim Investigation Procedures for Section 29 C.F.R. 1904.35(b)(1)(iv)
Updated Guidelines on Sharing Complaints and Findings with Partner Agencies
New policy guidelines for approving settlement agreements in whistleblower cases
Clarification of the Express Promise of Confidentiality Prior to Confidential Witness Interviews
Delay of Enforcement of the employee rights provisions under 29 CFR 1904.35
Clarification of Guidance for Section 11(c) Cases Involving Temporary Workers
Procedures for Significant or Novel Whistleblower Cases
Tolling of Limitation Periods under OSHA Whistleblower Laws by Private Agreements and for Other Reasons
Clarification of the Work Refusal Standard under 29 CFR 1977.12(b)(2)
Policy for Enforcing Settlement Agreements, Preliminary Reinstatement Orders, and Final ALJ and ARB Orders
Taxability of Settlements Desk Aid
Lee v. Norfolk Southern Railway Company, No. 14-1585: Applicability of the Election of Remedies Provision in the Federal Railroad Safety Act to Other Statutory Claims
Subject Lines for Emails Transmitting Information to Partner Agencies
Clarification of the Investigative Standard for OSHA Whistleblower Investigations
Whistleblower Complaints and Safety and Health Referrals
Referring Untimely 11(c) Complainants to the NLRB
Revised Whistleblower Disposition Procedures
Employer Safety Incentive and Disincentive Policies and Practices
Section 11(c) Cases Are an Enforcement Priority
Urban Path Transit and the Federal Railroad Safety Act (FRSA)