OSHA's anhydrous rule changes cause concern

Rider stalls OSHA overreach for ag retailers selling anhydrous but does require permanent action ahead of October.

Congress was able to put a stop to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s actions that would force virtually all agricultural retailers that store and sell anhydrous ammonia to comply with Process Safety Management (PSM) – a set of procedural, operational and organization design standards intended to prevent the release of highly hazardous chemicals at manufacturing facilities.

On July 22, OSHA released an enforcement memorandum rescinding all prior policy documents, l

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