35 Burst results for "Osha"
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Breaking Down the Train Crash & Toxic Chemicals Spill in Ohio
"Going back to this other weird story that has not gotten a lot of attention, but there was a massive chemical explosion in Ohio and this train disaster even just days later you've got all these fish livestock family pets dropping dead. And so this scientist has a theory about what happened. Cut 18. This hasn't been getting a lot of coverage and the coverage that has been getting hasn't been very good, so let's talk about the trail derailment in east Palestinian Ohio. These Palestinians about an hour north of Pittsburgh almost halfway to Cleveland. Norfolk Southern has a real line that goes right through town in this derailment happened right on the edge outside of town on the border of PA in Ohio. But the cars that crash fine for them contain vinyl chloride. It's a monomer that used to make PVC. The reporting on this has gotten vinyl chloride confused with polyvinyl chloride, the polymer made out of vinyl chloride. Now the reason that this distinction is really important is vinyl chloride is very hazardous and very flammable. Polyvinyl chloride is a plastic that's used in like everything. The other thing about final chloride is that it boils at 8°F. So it shipped in its liquid form, meaning that when these trains crashed and they started leaking, they weren't just leaking liquid, but they were spewing boiling gas. So vinyl chloride is really toxic. Osha has the permissible limit of how much you can be exposed to it during an 8 hour shift as a one PPM part per million. Average over 8 hours. So prior to this, the biggest spill of this chemical was in New Jersey, where one train car in about 23,000 gallons of vinyl chloride were spilled, but it didn't catch on fire. Now this crash in Ohio has 5 training cars. These kinds of tanker cars can carry between 25 and 33,000 gallons. Let's call it 250 to 250,000 pounds of vinyl chloride.
AP News Radio
Mars Wrigley fined after workers fall into vat of chocolate
"A candy maker is fine after workers fell into a chocolate tank. Federal workplace safety authorities find Mars Wrigley more than $14,500 following an accident last year in which two workers fell into a vat of chocolate. Osha cited the company in the June accident at the Elizabethtown Pennsylvania M and M Mars factory saying the employees were not authorized to work in the tanks and weren't trained on the proper safety procedures for the equipment, officials said two workers employed by an outside contracting firm, fell into the partially filled chocolate tank, while doing maintenance work, emergency responders were able to free the pair by cutting a hole in the bottom of the tank, both were taken to hospitals one by helicopter.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
West Virginia Vs. The EPA
"Now let's move to West Virginia versus EPA, 'cause I wanted to thank you personally. People have no idea. I wrote a Washington Post column about the 6 month. This is the most important freedom case in the last three. I think Dobbs was big. Dobbs was huge. For saving life. But for saving freedom of people who were already alive, West Virginia versus EPA is, would you explain to people what that was about and how you succeeded? You want to the biggest cases we've seen in our lifetime. And here's why at the end of the day, a lot of people talked about the fact that all Morrissey went after the Biden climate agenda and we halted it on the regulatory side and some of the mandates still trying to put in place. But what this really, this case was really about essence, was in our country, you have a question. Who gets to decide the major questions of the day? Should it be unelected? Bureaucrats or should it be the people's representatives in Congress? And I think that the court was very clear that when you have matters of vast economic and political significance, it's, of course, critical for the Congress to make the decisions as to how it's going to proceed and not leave this to the unelected bureaucrats who reached out into their bag of tricks, pull out, twist to the ambiguous praise and say, we're going to reorder the nation's power grid or we're going to put broad new fashion mandates in place that osha and in other federal agencies, the CDC eviction,
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Why Are Republicans Afraid to Exercise Their Power?
"You have managed to use your position as an attorney general to actively exercise its powers in the pursuit of conservative objectives. And we see so often, Republicans who are afraid to exercise the power that they've been granted by the voters, the Missouri voters ask you to go out and defend their interests and you've been doing that in court. Why do you think so many Republicans don't follow your example and do what we sent them to do using the powers we entrusted them with? Well, I think it's true with a lot of office holders. Sometimes I like going to the ribbon cuttings and giving the speeches and those things are sometimes more comfortable. But when our countries on the line, which it is right now, there's no question about it. I mentioned what the Democrats want to do. They're two votes away from doing all of that, by the way. The most probably tenuous time in our nation's history in modern history as far as changing the republic fundamentally forever, right? And they also want to teach our kids to despise America. I mean, they are playing for keeps. And so we've been on the front lines fighting these important fights. I mean, we talked about that osha vaccine mandate. What that meant for the massive expanse of an agency that was meant to make sure forklifts people they backed up somehow compelling a medical procedure on a 100 million
WNYC 93.9 FM
"osha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On fire The network they ended up signing the osha person door show saying we can't jump off anything more than four feet high or this or that And like jackass is silly and absurd but it means something to me and I didn't see a way to do the show with all these restrictions So I quit and finally I think maybe David Gale from MTV films said why don't you guys do a movie And spike and Jeff brought it to me and said why don't we do a film And I'm like what I don't get it We're going to have people play us And they're like no let's just do a naughty version of what we do And that I understood You're listening to it's been a minute from NPR I'm Sam Sanders talking to Johnny Knoxville Star of the film jackass forever You know one of the things that I've always kind of wondered about your show and all the jackass movies and the thing that I felt from the beginning watching that show was a 16 year old back in 2000 I was a very closeted 16 year old watching y'all and thinking this seems hella gay and I think I like it It was crass but there were butts and there were private parts and there were bodies and nudity and men interacting in ways that could be construed as vaguely sexual That's how we felt This is kind of gay and we like it What was the deal with that Jackass is always felt kinda gay It kinda gay baby Yeah it's like wonderful that way And we were so happy and proud to have a.
The Charlie Kirk Show
What's in Putin's Playbook
"First one, it does seem like Putin's got a playbook here. And this is the Georgian war from 2008. It seems like he's following it almost to a T can you explain what that means and what you think this could mean for the next few days? Well, in the case of Georgia, Russia was doing exactly the same thing they're doing now with a region called South Ossetia, which is very similar to these new independent republics the Putin claims exist in Ukraine. And the Russians did the same exact steps. They held huge military exercises. They massed troops and right before the invasion began, they were criticized for this. And it was asked why are you doing all these troop maneuvers, get these troops out of there? And they did the exact same thing. The Russians said, we're pulling them back right now. They're heading home as we speak. Ha ha, you paranoid westerners. And then a couple days later the attack with them. They just marched across the border and did the exact same thing that they're doing now. And they justified it in exactly the same way. They said they had to move into south osha because the ethnic Russians who lived there were being oppressed and could be subjected to genocide. It Russia didn't move in and protect them. That's exactly what they're seeing now with respect to the Ukraine. And it's also what they said in 2014 when they went after Crimea.
AP News Radio
'Divine intervention': Man carrying own severed arm is saved
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The Eric Metaxas Show
Ryan Bangert of Alliance Defending Freedom on the Latest Supreme Court Rulings
"So our friend Ryan bengard from the alliance defending freedom joins us now, Ryan, welcome to the program. Eric, thank you for having us on. Well, listen, people need to know that the alliance defending freedom ADF. You guys are heroes, unfortunately, you're very important at this time in American history. We need folks like you. Fighting in the courts for the constitution. So we're great to we're grateful for what you all do and we're grateful for you in particular today for coming online because many people want to know what happened in the Supreme Court in the Supreme Court recently with the two rulings. So for people who really haven't followed the ruling specifically the one about the one that was struck down, I guess it was 6 to three. And then the one that was not struck down, tell us a little bit about those rulings. Sure. So back in September, President Biden announced that he was going to require the federal agencies to mandate vaccination. And his chief of staff even called this a workaround knowing that federal authority wasn't there to implement these requirements. And so the agencies, the federal agencies, began going one by one and requiring vaccination in areas that they could control. And the occupational safety and health administration, which is part of the Department of Labor, issued a requirement back in November that all private employers with 100 or more employees require those employees to be vaccinated or if they chose not to get vaccinated. They had to be tested every single week and they had a mask up if they were unvaccinated. So they sweeping mandate covering over 80 million American employees. Simultaneously, the center for Medicaid and Medicare services CMS issued a mandate requiring healthcare workers at 15 different types of facilities that receive either Medicare or Medicaid funds to be vaccinated with only very narrow exemptions. So that covered over 10 million workers. So right there, you have almost a 100 million Americans covered by federal mandates. And those were the two mandates that the Supreme Court took up at Earl argument on January 7th and issued decisions last week. The osha mandate, the one that covered the private employees, the 80 plus million private employees was struck down like you said 6 to three. And the Medicare and Medicaid mandate that covered healthcare workers was upheld by a 5 to four
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Joe Biden's ID Hypocrisy
"Congresswoman green, welcome back to America first. Hi, doctor gorka I'm so glad to be on your show today. So the timing couldn't be better, you wanted to impeach Joe Biden day one. He is giving a speech today in Georgia. Which is going to be allegedly about stopping any reforms of voter integrity and the scuttlebutt has it that he will use the phrase. It is a domestic threat to try and stop election fraud in America. This means congresswoman Greene after January 6th, they're not taking their foot off the gas that actually doubling down, correct? Oh, absolutely. This is going to increase, you know, Joe Biden, who has placed unconstitutional mandate through osha on employees and companies with employees at a hundred or more. He cares so much about vaccine ID that he's made this mandate a huge issue, but yet they want to wipe out better ID. Like you shouldn't be able to show and I need a boat. That's what Democrats want. They want to anyone to be able to mail in a ballot without even showing who they are, but yet they want to impose a vaccine ID for people to be able to pursue life, liberty and happiness, you know, things like working a job to provide for their family, going to a restaurant concert game, private club, Jim, the stay healthy and protect themselves from COVID-19. But this is where the
"osha" Discussed on WTOP
"From COVID Now that the vaccine mandates is a goner Osha itself the occupational safety and health administration estimated that that policy had to stay in effect would have saved 6500 lives Now the policy is gone But the court ruled that the government overstepped its bounds there The other side of the decision was one that let stand another vaccine mandate in healthcare facilities that receive federal funding through Medicare and Medicaid That's tens of thousands I think 75,000 facilities millions of workers that'll help on the politics Dmitry The country is extremely divided and the Trumpist political enemies of the white household just put it that way have really invested a lot in trying to undermine the recovery from the pandemic I think that's pretty clear if you watch prime time right wing news coverage especially on Fox It is pretty much anti vaccine and pretty much anti mask So in that sense for them maybe it's a victory 62% of the population is vaccinated So you know the mandate itself pulled relatively in a popular way So what's the hit on Biden politically I think it adds to the sense that this administration is treading water or on the skids They haven't had a lot of successes they're not having success legislatively in any sense They're not having success is with this mandate on the vaccines They have muddled and confused the messaging on masks and vaccinations especially with the omicron variant So they're definitely is a political effect I don't know that there's an electoral effect necessarily except it probably does add to the perception that the Biden White House just doesn't have any traction right now You were talking about treading water and on the skids and that is apparent again as we look at voting rights legislation not going anywhere Kirsten sinema Joe Manchin the moderate democratic senators not budging from their positions on the filibuster So what might happen now is something smaller or something that those two can agree with and then presumably the rest of the Democrats can It's possible So look it looks like it's dead in the water They decided to take the weekend off come back Tuesday regroup Manchin and cinema had meetings at The White House last night which I think were described as Frank and direct which is political code speak for it didn't go well So they'll come back next week and Chuck Schumer says these bills will be on the floor Now I think it's safe to say the filibuster isn't going to be newt not for voting rights It's not going to happen But I have spent enough years around the Senate to know that when senators start getting behind closed doors and talking about the rules and procedures you can't really predict exactly what's going to happen It's a little bit like there's conclaves in the Sistine Chapel when the Cardinals put the white slips of paper in Don't try to predict exactly what's going to happen until you see the smoke I think it's possible that the Senate winds up altering the rules maybe making it harder or more politically costly to filibuster to try to stem some of the filibuster abuse and the deleterious use of the filibuster that we've seen over the last few years that doesn't mean that it results in voting rights getting passed with 51 votes But you may get to a consensus if you're a rules junkie where senators decide if the filibuster has been abused and they want to just make senators have more of a political investment in blocking something like.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
OSHA Vaccine Rule Blocked by Supreme Court
"I'm a big believer in take the wind. Take the win. Take the win. Take the victory. I believe in that. You know, we can look at the glass half empty. We can look at the glass half full. I hate that the Supreme Court somehow felt that osha should not be weaponized to bend to Joe Biden's will for up to not almost 90 million workers across the country, but we can still kick healthcare workers to the curb, firing nurses, doctors, physicians, assistants, technicians, forget it, you don't count. You're a goat. You don't want to get a vaccine. You don't want to turn in your vaccine card. You're
Sen. Mike Lee Reacts to SCOTUS Decision on OSHA Vaccine Mandate
"You know senator you've been I think the loudest voice in the Senate challenging these mandates in the use of osha of all things to impose them on the private sector And yet I think the Supreme Court decision was about half right So I'd be curious to know what you thought of the Supreme Court's decision today I'm just glad to smack down the osha ruling Now I wish they had done the same thing with the CMS case The case dealing with Medicare and Medicaid contractors that would have been better still that case is ongoing We don't know how that will turn out in the end The right thing to do would have been to SmackDown both of them But look the ocean opinion this is a big victory It's a big victory for the American people It's a big victory for the American worker 94 84 million of whom were placed in jeopardy by this thing including 500,000 workers in Utah And it's a big win for the constitution because look it is the president's not a king And his minions over at osha They don't have the power to legislate That power is given only to Congress They legislated here and they legislated in a most dastardly immoral way Telling the American people if you don't defer to presidential medical orthodoxy if you don't get an unwanted medical procedure you're going to get fired and you will lose your ability to put bread on your table for your families Shame on all of them Shame on all of them for doing that And I'm glad this Supreme Court was willing to stand up to them at least on this
Bloomberg Radio New York
"osha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Needs Right Yeah we got the U.S. Supreme Court blocking the Biden administration's attempt to get more people vaccinated using osha Let's get at Baxter He has a little news All right thank you Richard I thought you told me a couple of days ago that I was unforgettable That's okay So you didn't actually That has been the centerpiece by the way osha of how the Supreme Court has been thinking and the ruling today saying that osha has the power to regulate occupational dangers Congress has not given it the power to regulate health more broadly So that's what the court ruled The Biden administration responds the order was based on science and the law the labor secretary on sound on Marty Walsh on Bloomberg radio says it will not stop the effort to get more people vaccinated And I'm going to urge myself in the president and the administration is going to urge employers to take these vaccines and tax measures and put them in place and will support them to all that And the Department of Labor and ocean in particular stands ready to work with companies on keeping their work as safe as we continue to move through this phase of the pandemic And as I say Walsh on sound on says the Supreme Court ruling did leave in place the order to have healthcare workers and caregivers under mandatory vaccination over test order Japan will now allow medical workers who have been identified as close contacts of overcrowd cases to keep working They cite a crunch on the healthcare system In Australia it is the supply chain transport and freight workers and close contact will know longer be required to isolate South Korea Korea may allow private gatherings of up to 6 people as a Yonhap report to date The speaker of the UK House of Commons Lindsay hoyle has warned the body that an agent of China has been engaged in political interference activities naming Christine Lee and charging that she's been working for the Chinese Communist Party to engage with members of parliament While saying that she has facilitated financial donations on behalf of foreign nationals based in Hong Kong and China January 6th committee investigating the attempted insurrection has been subpoenaed several social media companies to provide information now Bloomberg's Emily Chang says a direct call out Google and of course it's platform YouTube meta it's platforms Facebook and Instagram Reddit as well as Twitter the chair of the committee saying that these companies just haven't provided enough information and believes that they have critical information that could aid in this investigation Says the chair single out YouTube as well saying there were communications that were live streamed coordination of the mob live streamed and misinformation live streamed It would seem to be back to the drawing board now for the voting rights legislation in the U.S. to get it None the filibuster rule would have to be changed and both senators Joe Manchin and Kristen cinema say they are not down for that at this point.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Salem Media Hands Down Vaccine Mandate to Employers
"The mandate just got handed down by the company I worked for. Vaccine. Mandate. Man, this is going to be interesting for hundreds and hundreds of employers. The dramatic way I lose my dramatic staying up there, Eric. Where did that go? Welcome in. We got a lot to cover. A lot of breaking news. A lot of breaking news, but we just got the email from court. And I share this only because Salem is not unlike all other companies in America that are expected to comply with things. Here's the email from the HR department and great people incidentally in our HR department, vaccination, status, submission, requirement. And, you know, is they explain osha has issued an emergency temporary standard requiring that employers collect information about the vaccination status of its employees, although there have been many court challenges this emergency temporary standard is going into effect, therefore we must comply. So the email goes through this whole thing about having to show our proof of vaccination, if not, we can get an exemption, employees who are unvaccinated or do not wish to provide proof of vaccination. There is a hall these protocols for people who don't want to be vaccinated.
"osha" Discussed on WTOP
"These are on emergency applications basically to try to stop these two requirements Usually the court does not hold a public hearing on that kind of thing It just decides them But instead they spent three and a half hours on this which sort of underscores the importance of the coronavirus and the national debate over this And they looked at the two issues specifically right One for large employers and then the other for the federally funded healthcare workers how did they square those two if they did Well it seems the conservative justices in particular were quite concerned about the osho requirements the ones for large workplaces and seem to think that the government agency osha didn't have the authority to impose such a big requirement Are we expecting a quick decision from the justices on these two cases Well both sides ask for them to move quickly Some of these requirements sort of take effect on Monday although there would likely not be any kind of government action against those who didn't comply if the government wins But I do think that the court will act fairly quickly on this What was the most interesting thing to you in these arguments Interesting the fact that we're sort of right in the middle of this You know justice breyer talked about earlier quarter of a million new cases And so they're talking about rules that were proposed in the fall but sort of every day something new happens about the coronavirus And so the court was acting very much in real time on this And as I say it's not supposed to be about the merit of this It's supposed to be about whether to allow them to go into effect or not while illegal battle continues.
Justice Neil Gorsuch: Biden Admin Has Been Going 'Agency to Agency' to Enact Vaccine Mandate
"Noel Gorsuch justice Gorsuch at the oral argument cut 9 go Now you are you we should not consider the major questions doctrine unless and until we find a statutory ambiguity I understand that But let's say the court does find such an ambiguity I know you'll contest the premise but let's just work on it If there is an ambiguity why isn't this a major question that therefore belongs to the people's representatives of the states and in the halls of Congress Given that the statute at issue here is as the chief justice pointed out 50 years old doesn't address this question the rule effects I believe we're told 80 million people and the government reserves the right to extend it to every private business in the country Traditionally states have had the responsibility for overseeing vaccination mandates I rejected a challenge to one just the other day from New Mexico Congress has had a year to act on the question of vaccine mandates already As the chief justice points out it appears that the federal government is going agency by agency as a workaround to its inability to get Congress to act The risks imposed here are not unilateral There are risks to those who choose not to be vaccinated that they're trying to avoid sometimes as you discuss with justice Alito and conceded to him Traditionally osha has had rules that affect workplace hazards their unique to the workplace and don't involve hazards that affect individuals 24 hours a day No so what So what To policy decision don't you see It's a policy decision
Sonia Sotomayor's Incoherence at Oral Arguments About Biden's Vaccine Mandate
"We are now having deaths at an unprecedented amount Catching COVID keeps people out of the workplace for extraordinary periods of time And there have been proof in certain industries like the medical industry that when vaccines are mandated And there's no mandate here for a vaccine There is a masking mandate no difference It's not even coherent when there's vaccine Did she not say when there's vaccine mandates but there's no vaccine mandate here mister Bruce And masks what's the scientific evidence that mass work You won't get any straight information at a Fauci or the CDC They've backed off even now Go ahead When we tell people that if there are sparks flying in the workplace where you have workers have to be provided you have to wear a mask So that's no different in my mind than this Yes but it's very different Because osha has nothing to do with medicine there are not medical experts of the sort that you have in other aspects of the federal government and the private sector In osha Go ahead Well this is not a vaccine mandate There are cost and deaths and other things countervailing to the fact that there might be one to 3% of workers who leave Absolutely incoherent in every respect And her approach is thoroughly contrary to the responsibility of a Supreme Court
Biden’s Lawless Vaccine Mandate
"So what did Joe Biden do He and his lawyers were trying to look for any hook they could possibly find To try and impose a mandate on the private sector A hundred employees or more For any corporation The problem is it's never been done before and there are no statutory bases For such a mandate But it didn't matter They talk about lawlessness they talk about insurrections It didn't matter On the case of Schumer he talks about erections but that's a whole other story They didn't care So they took osha Occupational safe and healthy health administration It was founded under Richard Nixon Which never had any direct medical responsibility And twisted the statutory language to accommodate the demands of Joe Biden Complete and utter lawlessness by the Department of Justice my White House counsel and of course by the Department of Labor including ocean
Bloomberg Radio New York
"osha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Four tenths of 1% 41,700 even I'm Charlie peleton Matthew is Bloomberg business flash Charlie we thank you The stat I read today in Greg stores story On the terminal blew me away because I hadn't seen it for so long The CDC says only 62% of the country is fully vaccinated We're still at 62% Just 35% of people have received a booster shot We thought we'd be way beyond 62% by now And it informs the whole debate happening around the president's vaccine or test mandate The osha rule that came before the Supreme Court today would require companies with a hundred employees or more to mandate vaccines or get regular testing For employees the challenge by 26 business groups is led by the national federation of independent business They say osha is overstepping its authority basically in part because Congress did not authorize the agency to do this Scott Keller is an attorney for the federation Here he is in an exchange earlier today with justice Sonia Sotomayor Congress would have to clearly state in a statute if it wanted to give an occupational health agency the power to require employees to get certain medical treatment It's one thing to say There's no requirement here It's not a vaccine mandate It's something totally different And I don't know how much clearer than 6 51 Congress could have been It charges osha with developing innovative methods techniques and approaches to dealing with occupational safety Occupational safety and health issues I don't know how much clearer you can be if you're Congress Getting to the heart of the issue here according to some we bring in Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg store to talk this out Greg thank you for joining us It's great to have you back here as I read through your piece It's important to remind people there are two different rules here What is the employer rule This is for private employers And there's a separate rule that would require shots for workers in nursing homes or other facilities as you write that receive Medicare and Medicaid payments from the government but this will be a single ruling Well we don't know for sure And it could well be too rulings They are two very different cases two different statutes that govern the agencies that issue the rules So we make it two different rulings That separate group 27 states challenging the osha rules say it interferes with states rights as well This is the one led by Ohio with states rights to make their own vaccine policies You know at one point we've been talking about this for so long Greg I think some people think this is already an effect actually because some companies have gone ahead and done this on their own But what is the actual question that the justices are seeking to answer here The actual question is whether this law or whether this rule can go into effect whether osha can start to enforce this rule against companies that aren't moving to either get their employees vaccinated or require that they either get vaccinated or get regular tests and wear masks in the workplace right now that is optional for companies some companies as you said do that There are still many many companies that don't And the reason the business groups are challenging This is they say it would be very expensive and burdensome and would cause a lot of workers to quit Conservative justices skeptical the heart of your story Yes Very much so And that includes the chief justice John Roberts who we often think of as being somewhere in the middle but he is of course a Republican appointee and generally conservative person who doesn't believe the federal government should exceed its authority And that's a core issue here is whether Congress gave osha in one case and CMS is in there for Medicare and Medicaid in the other case whether Congress gave those two agencies the authority to issue this sort of thing In both cases they're kind of broadly worded statutes especially broadly worded in the case of osha And the conservative justices have a tendency not to want federal agencies to overstep their bounds A lot of questions about enforcement today Greg how would that be handled Well osha would be says it wouldn't actually start issuing citations to employers until February The business groups say will be very difficult for them to come up with plans to make sure that they're meeting the requirement that they have testing procedures in place for people who don't want to get vaccinated that they have systems for making sure that for verifying that people have gotten their vaccines that's one of the issues in the cases that until this starts to go into effect it's hard to say exactly how burdensome it will be And of course once it goes into effect the damage if that's how you view this as already been done Would it there'd be like a spot inspection though or something Hey osha's here Grab your vax cards or would companies be required to submit that data by a certain deadline I'm going to have to duck that question because I don't fully know the answer It may not be determined yet Interesting by the way the irony is not lost on me that the two lawyers opposing the Biden rules as you point out solicitor general from Ohio solicitor general from Louisiana both were on the phone today because they have COVID Yes The court has a rule that lawyers arguing are supposed to take a COVID test the day before a PCR test And both of those lawyers did The lawyer from Ohio this lister general there apparently tested positive back closer to Christmas and I spokesperson said that he still tested positive yesterday And Louisiana they didn't explicitly say that's what happened that there was a positive test but they did say that the lawyer didn't take part because of the court's COVID protocols Okay got you At one point justice lido today was asking like God we've got hundreds of documents here all this business can at least give us a few days to consider this I figured it would be at least a few days Greg when do you expect to find out Well it's a good question and I'm certainly wondering whether we could even get something as early as today One thing justice alita was talking about was an administrative stay which is designed to be hey we're not saying one way or the other which way we're leaning but we're just holding everything in place while we have more time to think this through that it's at least a possibility that he raised during the argument And if indeed the court has sort of seamless the case in the argument is leading towards blocking in this rule there may be a real incentive among the conservative justices to go ahead and do that quickly Fascinating Is there a reason for that There was more are there more documents than usual to go through here or more issues to consider A typical case This whole case is unusual The osha rule is there are tens of thousands of pages of administrative record that they could need to go through But this is happening This is not a case where they had the benefit of full briefing Got it We consider a case It's.
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Difference Between Chick-Fil-A and In-N-Out When It Comes to Vaccines
"Boy, we have more tape than we know what to do with, but it's really important, especially for those of you right now that are working for companies that are saying, hey, the osha mandates coming forward. For example, you might work for a worthless company like Chick-fil-A. Chick-fil-A, which has incredibly overrated food, which is saying to their employees that if they don't get the vaccine mandate, then we're going to fire all the employees. We're going to fire you by early February. I don't know if you guys know that. That's Chick-fil-A's new position. And we've bashed on Chick-fil-A plenty throughout the years. And we'll continue to do so. And that is in great contrast, by the way, to the wonderful In-N-Out burger. We're in and out burger has said we are not mandating vaccines for our employees. We're not mandating vaccines for our customers. We're not doing any of it. Huge contrast. God bless in and out. And I hope God will improve
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Jenna Ellis: We Are in a Constitutional Crisis
"Enough states ex post facto, I just made that up. D certified enough votes that Biden drops beneath the two 70 last year. What would happen now? Because I know back then in January, there's this fruity clause this scenario B that the state delegations by party would choose the next president if the Electoral College had failed to come to a two 70. And back then, the GOP had the majority of state party representations by state. So we could have chosen president Trump for a second term. Or they could have chosen Biden. I mean, because that's a very total so what happens if, you know, two months from now, Pennsylvania and Arizona or Michigan or whoever adds up enough, he drops to 70. Where does it leave us as a nation? In a constitutional crisis, which by the way, we are in one already. And we are in one not just because of the election, but also but because the Democrats are trying to harness every possible power that is not in the constitution and they think that their power is unlimited. And that's actually going to be the question this Friday in front of the Supreme Court with the osha mandate. Because having unlimited authority and applying osha's federal power in this much of an overreach would set horrible precedent. And we're already
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
U.S. Appeals Court Reinstates Biden OSHA Vaccine Mandate
Bloomberg Radio New York
"osha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dangerous coming to companies around the country concerning COVID-19 Osha says starting January 10th it will start issuing citations to companies that violate the federal vaccine mandate The occupational health and safety administration says citations will start going out on February 9th to businesses who don't comply with the testing mandate The announcement comes after a federal appeals court reinstated the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for large companies President Biden will give a speech this Tuesday on the COVID Akron variant COVID cases have been surging across the U.S. because of the fast moving coronavirus strain leading to more COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Saturday that Biden will announce new steps the administration is taking to help communities in need of assistance She says he will also issue a stark warning of what the winter will look like for Americans that choose to remain unvaccinated The pandemic is wiping away yet another holiday tradition in New York City and disappointing fans who traveled to the Big Apple from around the world to enjoy the Christmas spectacular Brad Siegel has more The Radio City rock cats are canceling the remainder of their season due to COVID cases the announcement comes after Friday shows were canceled in a statement the organization said they were unable to continue due to increasing challenges from the pandemic They look forward to welcoming fans back to Radio City Music Hall next year Although 2020 shows were canceled altogether because of COVID this year's season lasted for 7 weeks and 100 shows before the curtain came crashing down It had been set to run through January 2nd tickets.
AP News Radio
OSHA vaccine mandate penalties to start Jan. 10
"Federal federal officials officials said said Saturday Saturday they they won't won't issue issue citations citations tied tied to to president president Biden's Biden's vaccine vaccine mandate mandate before before January January tenth tenth so so that that companies companies have have time time to to adjust adjust to to end end implement implement requirements requirements the the occupational occupational health health and and safety safety administration administration or or OSHA OSHA also also said said there there would would be be no no citations citations of of companies companies regarding regarding its its testing testing requirements requirements before before February February nine nine late late Friday Friday the the sixth sixth circuit circuit court court of of appeals appeals ruled ruled by by didn't didn't vaccine vaccine mandate mandate for for larger larger private private employers employers can can take take affect affect reversing reversing a a previous previous court court decision decision made made after after the the mandate mandate was was challenged challenged by by Republican Republican led led states states the the rule rule would would affect affect some some eighty eighty four four million million workers workers and and was was originally originally scheduled scheduled to to take take effect effect January January for for Arkansas's Arkansas's Attorney Attorney General General said said she she would would ask ask the the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court to to block block the the order order I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"osha" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"We always resort to John Solomon to brighten our day. Why? Because he's a truth teller the founder of Justin used dot com investigative reporter extraordinaire. We're going to talk about two big issues today, John welcome. Let me just play a cut that goes straight to the first story from your website. This is of course the current chief of staff of the Biden administration. Ron klain cut 6. I'm quite confident that when this finally gets fully adjudicated, not just a temporary order. Right. The validity of this requirement will be upheld. It's common sense chuck. If osha can tell people to wear hard hat on the job, be careful on chemicals, it can put in place these simple measures to keep our workers safe. This little problem that John, the hard hat is for when you're working and you get to take it off when you go home and it's not injected into your body. We have the piece we're posting right now on our Facebook and Twitter pages from Justin used dot com. Have we ever seen anything of the light 27 states including including three run by Democrat governors have brought suits against the Biden osha regulation? Is this going to stand once your expectation? You know it's rare to see 27 states in four days. I mean, it's hard to remember. It was only last Thursday that osha promulgated this regulation and already more than half the states in America have rushed to sue. You have a major lawsuit by one of the largest business lobbies in American job creators network. All of them are making the same argument, which is this is an unconstitutional overreach by osha. Ocean is supposed to govern what happens at the workplace, not what happens in your home or with your doctor with other things. And so the first a court to take a look at this, the 5th circuit of appeals, Court of Appeals in Texas, said there was such grave constitutional issues here. It ordered an injunction Sunday, the job creators network asked the a circuit to make that injunction nationwide, freeze it nationwide. That's a clue that these courts see the same issues as
The Erick Erickson Show
"osha" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"There's john kerry. He lost george w bush who they have pete. Buddha jr untested mayor of south bend. Indiana who took paternity leave in no one even noticed and it turns out he was actually on. Were for a geographic film about himself. Elizabeth warren too far the left. Alexandra cortez too. Far to the left. bernie sanders part of the left. They don't have a bench who were the prominent democratic governors. The unknown kansas governor. Who's only there because the republicans nominated someone who couldn't win not gonna work. The governor of michigan gretchen whitmer. Who made everyone mad about lockdowns. The governor of new mexico who just settled a sexual harassment stew. She sexually harassed mid in her office like physically grabbed them in the crotch. That's not gonna work. The governor of outgoing governor virginia black phase into the work either. Oh what about the governor of new york all way. No cnn dry out. He's a sexual predator. He's not gonna work who they they don't have anybody except the untried the untested in the to progressive. Two thirds of the democrats. Don't want joe biden and they can't agree on who else it should be. And whoever that person is does not have a depth of experience. That's one reason. The democrats are going so hard after rhonda's santa's they've tried to rough him up to defying him before twenty twenty four so that he can't run because they are scared of ron disentis. Why are they scared of rhonda santa's because black knin supported rhonda santa's why are they scared of rodney santa's hispanic voters supported roundest. Santa's why are they scared of rhonda's because florida has an economic story to tell it's a problem for the democrats. Now let's go back. Let's zoom out a little further from the problem. Now we have the issues based problems. The democratic party has been taken over by the works. James carville israeli on the works but the woke set the policies for the democratic party. Now the young single atheists in charge of the democratic party are setting the democratic party up for future failures and they're alienating not just white voters it doesn't do the democrats good to scream about racism in the dimmer in the republican party when winsome sears just got elected as the first black lieutenant governor in virginia history. Who's also the first female. Lieutenant governor in virginia history. It does it do them to scream about racism when the new attorney general in virginia is the first hispanic attorney general in.
The Erick Erickson Show
"osha" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Of white people who only corporations are. They not trying to grab hold of whiteness themselves under critical theory. They would say they're not but who put them there. The white people. Why if the white people are always oppressors and always oppressing. Why would you put those people there except to be your court gestures to make you laugh and make you feel better as a white progressive to tell you what you want to hear and white progressives love critical theory because they find absolution in critical theory because they themselves can then do things to say. They're making amends for their classes oppression. They don't have jesus and they don't repent to god they don't find absolution in the church they find it through their own. Works a works based salvation of. We're gonna put joy reid on television so the world knows. I'm not the racist. It's it's all white people are but i'm exempted from it now because of higher joy reid and giving her a platform the comcast ceo. I'm sure sleep swell at night knowing. He's got joy reid on television and he has found absolution from his sins. Still your cable sucks right. This is actually what i wanted to talk about. I wanted to dig louis vogel. I'll take your phone calls as well. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five we still have to talk about the vaccine mandate. it's coming back and really just. How bad is it. More and more data has come out from the elections. There's deeper analysis out there. Now that people know the patterns of voting voters and who voted. And who didn't the democrats have real problems on their hands including with black voters. Hello there. it's eric erickson here. The irks and show your phone. Goals are welcome. Eight seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five if you wanna call in have yard about rocket man. Not no no. No not not elton john. No the The rocket man. Who's been flying next to airplanes landing in lax. It's been a thing for the past year and a half pilots flying into lax. Have seen a man in a jetpack flying near the airport and the faa at. I thought that a couple of pilots were seeing things but passengers on the planes reported it. The pilots reported it a seven. Forty seven pilot fly to cathay pacific flight from hong kong. The first people to report it delta pilots reported at southwest pilot's reported it Asian pilots have reported it. British airways pilots have reported. Some one is flying a jet pack and they can't finding no one from the ground has seen jet pacman but the pilots and passengers have seen jet pacman off and on he would disappear for months on end and then he would come back and the faa has been searching for jet pacman. It's kind of cool. Actually because they make them. Now you can you can get in these jetpack things and fly around and your flight lasts. Maybe ten fifteen minutes other but a number of people who have done 'em I if you don't lie and you search for the jet packs. It's one of those things. When i was a kid i wanted to jet pack. And they're like promos and demos but really you start thinking my gosh. I'm going to die in one of these things last five minutes. And if you haven't landed you fall out of the sky sort of thing But it was always cool and so there are more and more companies that have put their mind to making them. You're essentially strapping a bomb on your back if things go awry but some dudes been flying near airplanes headed into lax. They have found jetpack man..
The Erick Erickson Show
"osha" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"They wear sheets at night They don't sleep under them. They wear them and so we should be. We should be cautious there. But i should also understand that that the critical theory framework is is more abstract from that. And what the critical theory framework says is that at all times. In all cases you are defined by your skin color and under critical theory. You are derived from western european heritage. You are the most oppressive person on planet earth. Even if you've never pressed anybody in your life because you individually don't matter in critical theory. It is your class certain and the problem with critical theory in tim. Keller really gets to the heart of this is that in the rubric of critical theory. Someone who is black kid never ascend in society because if they do they will be have whiteness attributed to them. And that's the problem. There was a if you recall. And i played this audio several months ago there was a teacher in los angeles california who got pulled over by a hispanic police officer and she started yelling at him that just because he was a police officer didn't mean he was white and he needed to understand that he could never be white even as he was doing a white man's job and that a critical theory framework. That you and i individually are me nothing. it's our race and position in society. That means everything and obviously are racist. Position in society do mean something. But they don't define us permanently and they're not predominant in defining us and that's the problem with critical theory is that it derives from postmodernism and marxism and it seeks to be divide people by class and race back sex. And that's really because you're you're you and i me and we don't shoulder the sins of everyone else on ourselves we're all supposed to make the world better and we're all sinners. We're all born that way. But the collective sins of humanity if we attribute them to each other were never gonna find any sort of racial reconciliation. That's what tim keller gets too. I really do encourage you to read the piece because it also is going to make conservatives mad too because it points out that this libertarian. Non biblical conservative frame of justice isn't really compatible with people who consider themselves a faith as well. It's a it kinda he kind of pokes at everybody And that's actually why. I like it because i don't believe any of us really. Have the purest idea of what justice can be because we all look at everything through the frame of i'm a sinner and i don't wanna be held accountable for my own sins but i'm gonna hold you accountable for years and we all see the world that ashley. So that's it so Read the tim keller. I gotta let you go there. But i appreciate taking the time with me and thank you for that. And yes. I don't hear me say in white people earn oppressors or have never been so what i'm saying what i'm saying. Is that in critical theory. White people always have been always will be and can never not be and that's the problem with critical theory..
TIME's Top Stories
"osha" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Officials are frustrated with the white house over cove. Nineteen vaccine and testing mandate by julia zorkin. When president joe biden directed the occupational safety and health administration or osha on september ninth to impose strict covert nineteen vaccination and testing protocols on large businesses. The osha employees were ready. It marked the first time in nearly five years that the small agency had the opportunity to fulfill its mission to protect workers across industries from recognized serious hazards but it also highlighted tensions between osho and the white house exposing simmering resentments over how the white house has approached working with the department of labor during the pandemic according to three former top osha officials. It's been a very frustrating. Nine months for osha says former deputy assistant secretary of labor for osha jordan. Bearup referencing a series of instructions from the biden administration. Including the most recent plan for a vaccine and testing mandate. This whole thing was basically thought up in the white house. The emergency temporary standard or e. t. biden directed osha to draft this month will require businesses with one hundred or more employees to require cova nineteen vaccines or weekly testing. Among employees. the rule will cover more than eighty million workers in america according to a labor department spokesperson but the scope of the rule was drafted in the white house without significant input from agency experts former osha officials say and they believe it could go farther osha. Staff and leaders and do l. staff and leaders would prefer a more comprehensive standard bearer obsess. I think there is a lot of frustration that is limited exclusively to just vaccinations or testing. The mitigation measures are totally absent current osha staff or not authorized to speak on the record about ongoing rulemaking. The white house directed questions to aol when asked about the working relationship between osha and the white house a spokesperson for do l. said the staff at osha are committed to the safety and health of america's workforce and are working expeditiously on the ats which will provide protections for workers and support for employers throughout.
"osha" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"OSHA, according to agency documents, which is a violation of OSHA regulations. The company was fined $20,000 at first, but it was later lowered to just $7000. Republic Services is a multibillion dollar company. Our investigations did analysis shows that OSHA officials often decide not to penalize companies for worker deaths and when they do violations and fines are routinely reduced. In Texas. The average imposed fine is around $6200 you got to remember the fine is not based on the injury. It's based on the violation. Dean Lingo is a former official at the OSHA Regional office in Dallas. It's not intended to measure the worth of somebody's Loss of life or limb or or how seriously were they were injured. Based on just the criteria that the classification In other words, OSHA fines for the violation and doesn't take into account the outcome or the impact a death can have on a family. Before Glen White, another Houston worker died from heat, OSHA records show. It gave Republic Services a lower fine because the company promised to make certain changes, but they follow through on only half of those safety measures. After Glen White died the same pattern. OSHA lowers the fine company promises to change and change doesn't come at least 13 Republic Services employees throughout the country in the last five years have been hospitalized due to heat illness, according to OSHA records. More than half are in Texas. So if finds aren't working. If there's no heat standards to protect workers, what can be done? We'll explore that tomorrow, the next and final part of this investigative series. I'm Sarah Will Ernst in Houston. Support for coverage of business comes from Texas mutual insurance Company or workers comp provider committed to rewarding policyholders who keep their employees safe more at Texas mutual dot com. And you're listening to the Texas standard. If we didn't know this before Covid 19 made this pretty evident access to the Internet can mean the difference between success or failure, Be it at school or at work and specially for people living in poverty. Broadband Internet can also be a lifeline for seniors and for other people who live in isolation in May. As part of its covid 19 response, the federal government kicked off the emergency broadband benefit program to help low income earners get connected. It provides a monthly subsidy of $50 per household towards high speed Internet access. And the Texas Standard. Shelly Brisbane has been looking into the program and who has been using it. Shelley welcome. Hi, Joy. Hey, let's talk about the program and how it came to be about. And who is it for? Sure, Well, Congress passed this as part of its pandemic relief program earlier this year, and it's $3.2 billion in total that funds those $50 broadband subsidies for people who already qualify for federal programs like Medicaid snap Pell Grants and S s I and even those who lost jobs or were furloughed during Covid. And households where there's a child or dependant who qualifies for free or reduced lunch. So so a lot of people who are already able to get some sort of federal assistance can qualify. And what happens when you apply? I wonder if the Treasury just sends you a cheque to pay your Internet actually. No. What happens is you're buying service from an Internet provider. And there are.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"osha" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Breaking news station with my report Next. NewsRadio 600 Kogo, This is the Jemayel report. The fight continues. No. Okay, so the Biden administration correctly chose OSHA, not the CDC to impose this vaccine mandate. Uh, now What OSHA claims is that we have authority to regulate workplace conditions to keep people safe, and they do. There's a statute on the books. Um, that allows them to You know, keep employees from being contaminated or exposed to certain chemicals or agents. The word agent is used in the legislation. And so The lawyers. I have talked to say that OSHA can probably define covid as Being exposed to an agent. That could impact your health. But here's where it starts to fall apart. OSHA. Cannot make a case. That Vaccinated Americans are going to be exposed to an agent that will hurt them because the data shows that vaccinated Americans really are not hurt by this covid. This strain of Covid. If you're vaccinated, you will survive. You know, OSHA. Can't just simply say, Well, there is a arrests and so therefore, um, we can regulate. No, no, no, no. There are a standard issue. Standard that you have to meet. To make it absolutely necessary. Supreme Court. Uh, has Previously ruled that OSHA's power. Can only, uh, apply to quote significant risks. Two in employees and that the reforms being demanded the regulation being required is quote reasonably necessary or appropriate. And that's where the legal challenge will first start in saying Look, you're requiring everybody be vaccinated and so really, what you're doing is you're only trying to protect people who are unvaccinated. And if it's unvaccinated, then you now have to look at the nature of the risk. Not In every employer. But in the in the in the workplace itself Here is this is where it's interesting. What the lawyers I've talked to you have argued is that OSHA can't just simply say if you have 100 employees air go therefore you have to adopt this standard. Why, 100? Why not 99? Why not? 50? Why not? Five. What makes 100 so important. And there is no justification for that. My friends. Well, you might say Well, because it's for big companies. Oh, you mean big companies that can afford the fines that can actually implement the reform. Now, a standard like this needs to be workplace specific. So if OSHA had come out and said We are requiring, uh, that employers either vaccine do mandatory vaccinations or verification on testing for any workplace where there are More than X number of unvaccinated individuals working in close proximity with, um, uh other, uh, individuals that have health care problems. If you define it narrowly. Then. The court can actually evaluate whether it's absolutely necessary and whether a proper risk Has been identified. You can't just say 100 employees. Here's another thing that's going to go against the administration when this is challenged. The White House chief of staff. Retweeted, an MSNBC analysts comment, praising Biden for quote finding a workaround to impose a national vaccine mandate. Uh, if this was always about imposing a vax mandate Then that would also get into undermining OSHA's ability to argue with a straight face to the court that this was based upon an inherent risk in certain workplaces and was quote absolutely necessary. A national vaccine mandate is not workplace specific. It's just we seek not to protect workers in the workplace. We seek a vaccine mandate nationally. We're just using your workplace as a means to an end. And that's what they're doing. Interesting how a case can be developed here. To undermine the the method by which Biden is trying to implement the vaccine mandate. Here's another point that I want to bring up Alan Dershowitz, who I consider him a pretty smart guy. He's liberal. But I have appreciated his legal arguments over the years. Uh, he seems to be a principled guy. Dershowitz argued on Newsmax that the federal government Cannot actually enforce this ocean mandate. The federal government can promulgate the ocean mandate. But it's the states that ultimately have police power. Federal government doesn't come in and do workplace inspections and issue finds its the states that take OSHA guidance. And then you know, say we're going to inspect and we're going to enforce on a state level since they have The power of policing. Can you imagine the red state governors? At this point They're going to say we're not going to police this Yes, it It's an ocean mandate or regulation or guidance, but we don't agree with it. Therefore, we won't use our police powers are regulatory inspection regime. Our enforcement protocols to enforce something we don't believe is constitutionally appropriate..
Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"osha" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"Even painful to get that we have to move through a so Yeah what a great suggestion and osha. How'd you people find you. Can people find out more about what you're doing and had to come people. Have you work with people. Yeah so my website is shuki dot com. Which is my name instead name. And i also post regularly on instagram. So my hand those also shaky if you want with me there please message if he had any takeaways from this conversation about getting people's the so just comments and and if someone feels called to do this word deeply connect with it so jen translates into your business in your you know your relationships and everything else in line just to read the message meal like through my website and then we can talk about rarity thank you so much so as as osha said if you enjoyed our conversation if there was some takeaway our moment you had. He's do like bottles of us message. Us let us know. What your big moment is your takeaway like screen shot this episode and shows that your message you're listening and we'd love to hear your takeaways and this has been suggested open and honest conversation. I just want to share and panko chef or her and your your honesty and also just say the insights really important for us to have these conversations know that there is so much juice in the world when we want to connect to that the worst and allow us to tapped into it. So thank you osha. Taking everybody for tuning in listening and i will be back with our next episode. Obligations awake Wake podcast super soon. And in the meantime have an amazing day. Lots of love for myself. Patricia and osha. Okay thank you so much everybody. Thank you so much for listening to deliver dreams. Podcast with myself patricia low. And i appreciate your time. And i really look forward to sharing some really amazing feature episodes with you now as a thank you for joining the show..
Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"osha" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"And then in november my mom passed away unexpectedly madonna that also by the way just before the new year anything because they just like so connected than my dad probably deep down in on so level. They came to be together. He just didn't know how to do. Live might actually. That got kobe than he passed away as well so that was probably the most traumatic experience in you get understand everything on your mind. Level was very accepting wasn't a little thing but at the same time is just as universal human experience that hits you on a completely different level and it wasn't just sadness at my band on long event which was also a big part but also like all the childhood wound just got reactivated and everything that have not fully fell throughout my whole life which is like landing all at once and it was really difficult time and i had been panic attacks in nervous system. But we kind of out of whack then gotta have all the support for people and i have these tools so i could just practice and give myself space it with myself and do this deep heating work as unpleasant as it was actually created that opportunity for me to go deep into understand how nervous system swipe how the brain works how to heal drama. So now we translate into my work and i can have like deeply compassionate even for my clients and by myself and just understand on a deeper level what it takes to actually hugh and shipped out and it's not that hard it's about having that compassion and really understanding your needs and in these moments. When was really hard. Just stop what i need right now. Gadgets need to breathe now just lie down and breathe any specific lutes any supplements to support my nervous system. I need to go for a walk. I talks a friend. And i really got good at asking for help. Which i wasn't really before by consciously working on that which was also form self compassion in south love and just.
Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"osha" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"Am here with the most beautiful osha keys and osha. An i missed in bali. Actually i've heard about her before actually measured and through a mutual friend of ours. Helen was like. Oh my god feel mito she'll over osha and i was like this girl and then we got to. How beautiful meal. And she prepared for us at her house and it was just so lovely to meet her and to connect with their learn more about her journey. I'm sure you'll just love this conversation that we have today and so we connected originally bali. But we're both not embody right now. Even though i think i would love to be. They're not sure he opened up. When i'm osa and tell us a little bit like how you officially introduce yourself. Yeah well thank you so much for having me such pleasure with connecting with you. Some currently in london uk. It's quite rainy outside. It's not quite spring yet Feels very much like my home. It's london has always been my spirit home. And i don't wanna go to a tropical country right now just this moment quite happy to be way. I am and in nodded lights. Introduce myself while transformational coach and i help people like deeply connect with themselves and understand where they actually really want not just what they think. They went and beheads but really. What is that sold bath. What kind of relationships. They want what environment they wanted. Livan and ben bridge that gap between where they are now and where they want to go want to be. Oh i love it. I love it. I think that that leads on so easily into the conversation of like did you just wake up and running and say this is what i wanna do. 'cause i don't think that's how it usually has worked for me like. How did you decide to get into the world of coaching in helping people with that work. Yeah that's a really good question. Actually i never wanted to be a coach. And i didn't choose this fat without close me and at the same time as long as i can remember myself in salads seven eight years old. I was always counseling. My friends in a group of friends with all this come to my house held hold circles. Women circles back in the day when we're just like twelve and we'd have tea and lemonade..
Around the House with Eric G®
"osha" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"We've got a lot of contractors on this show who listen who obviously are more knowledgeable but when homeowner listening really important you have this type of vacuum for your house. You know something to be used on projects. Because you're going to have people come in contractors in the cleanup you've all kinds of stuff so please please get yourself shop back. And he kind of we should put up a list. Eric of some teams that we think are good. Now let's do that. Let's do that. We'll put that up on the around. The house online dot com. We'll put it up over there so people can see it in the news section. Let's do that great place for that. So people can take a look at it. Because there are some great vacuums out there and they've had to change over the last few years because osha safety stuff for contractors has changed so much so it's really forced the tool industry to look at things differently and create products that fit that demand which means as consumers. We've got a lot more choices without having to go out and spend thousands of dollars on what used to be one of the commercial half of facts. I mean they're not expensive. I mean there are a couple of hundred bucks. Maybe max if you get the filters with it you know you can get a good deal. You don't want to be in a situation where you've got a flood and now you've got to go out and get these things like this is like a thing that you need for an emergency preventative around the house. You need a good inside vacuum so we could always talk about that another time. Because i'm adamant about vacuuming cleanings..