The Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission will soon lack a quorum—the minimum number of members needed to make decisions. That doesn’t just mean a possible slowdown in safety case reviews—employers could also see higher costs for appealing citations and a worse chance of prevailing.
The federal appeals panel is set to lose its quorum when Commissioner Cynthia Attwood’s term ends this month. Attwood was twice...
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