OSHA Interpretation On Recognized and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices in Process Safety Management

OSHA Interpretation On Recognized and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices in Process Safety Management

OSHA has just published a Standard Interpretation (Interpretation) to provide guidance on the enforcement of the Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard’s “recognized and generally accepted good engineering practices” (RAGAGEP) requirements, including how to interpret “shall” and “should”  language in published codes, standards, published technical reports, recommended practices, and similar documents.

California Supreme Court Rules That Ordinance Intended to Increase Number of Affordable Housing Units is a Lawful Exercise of the Police Power

In one of the most widely followed land use cases in recent years, the Supreme Court of California unanimously upheld the City of San Jose’s affordable housing ordinance because it was intended to advance the constitutionally permissible public purposes of increasing the amount of affordable housing in the community and promoting economically diverse developments.