Occupational Safety & Health Standards Board (OSHSB)
The mission of the Occupational Safety & Health Standards Board is to promote, adopt, and maintain reasonable and enforceable standards that will ensure a safe and healthful workplace for California workers.
The Occupational Safety & Health Standards Board, a seven-member body appointed by the Governor, is the standards-setting agency within the Cal/OSHA program. The Standards Board's objective is to adopt reasonable and enforceable standards at least as effective as federal standards. The Standards Board also has the responsibility to grant or deny applications for variances from adopted standards and respond to petitions for new or revised standards. The part-time, independent board holds monthly meetings throughout California.
- California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board Receives Update on California Department of Public Health Guidance
- Cal/OSHA Emergency Regulations to Protect Workers from COVID-19 in Effect
- Emergency Regulation - COVID-19 Prevention *updated June 11, 2021
- Monthly Board Meetings now available for video and audio stream in English and Spanish
- Jun. 17, 2021 Agenda
- Jul. 2021 Notice - No Public Hearing Items
Meetings, Notices and Petitions