The latest rulemaking represents Phase IV of the SIP.
Many current standards were revised when OSHA announced a final rule in the Federal Register in May 2019. The different revisions involved standards for recordkeeping, general industry, maritime, and construction. This white paper reviews the revisions and discusses the surprise behind a change that OSHA chose not to make.
Mark N. Duvall
Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.
Mark Duvall has over two decades of experience working in-house at large chemical companies. His focus at Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. has been on product regulation at the federal, state, and international levels across a wide range of programs, and occupational safety and health.
He heads the Firm’s Toxic and Harmful Substances/Toxic Substances Control Act practice. His experience under TSCA includes enforcement actions, counseling, rulemaking, advocacy, and legislative actions. Since the enactment of TSCA amendments in 2016, he has been heavily involved in advocacy, compliance activity, and litigation arising from EPA's implementation of these amendments. He also works with foreign counterparts to TSCA, including REACH and CEPA.
He also heads the Firm’s Occupational Safety and Health practice. He has extensive experience with OSHA and state OSHA inspections, enforcement litigation, compliance counseling, advocacy, and rulemaking, with particular emphasis on process safety. He has counseled clients on the EPA risk management program requirements under Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act and state worker protection programs, and on inspections by the Chemical Safety and Health Investigation Board.
Tracy Y. Williams
Beveridge & Diamond PC
Tracy Y. Williams in an associate in the Seattle office of Beveridge & Diamond PC. She advises clients on compliance with federal and state environmental laws, with an emphasis on site remediation. She has over ten years of experience with Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), and Clean Water Act (CWA) matters – identifying cost-effective compliance solutions, assisting clients with due diligence processes, determining liability and addressing insurance issues, and negotiating settlements.
Tracy represents manufacturers, non-profit entities, and individual clients in both federal and state courts throughout Washington State. She negotiates with state and federal regulatory agencies regarding cleanup of contaminated sediments, soil, and groundwater sites and advises clients on remediation at complex multi-party sites involving polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, total petroleum hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls and volatile organic compounds.
Tracy’s experience includes assisting clients with preparing stormwater pollution prevention plans and submitting discharge monitoring reports to the Washington Department of Ecology as well as resolving CWA citizen suits.
Tracy is a member of the American Bar Association, Washington State Bar Association, and the King County Bar Association. She is former Chair of the King County Bar Association Environmental and Land Use Section.
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