Link for video: https://www.bitchute.com/video/PZ3pSCZowJf5/
Summary by JW WIlliams
Kristen Meghan, a Senior Industrial Hygienist, and Tammy Clark, an OSHA Environmental Health & Safety Professional, have published a white paper explaining why President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates have been blocked by the courts, as the Executive Branch of our government does not have the authority to simply tell a regulatory agency, hospital system, doctors, or healthcare workers, schools, etc. to do what they order them to do in an attempt to implement their own edicts. The federal government tried to use CMS and OSHA to force mandatory vaccinations, but these agencies get their authority from Congress, not President Biden.
They said that legally, no individual state may create a standard where no federal standard exists, so no state within the United States may legally create a Covid-19 standard with any mandates regarding vaccines, facial coverings, social distancing, etc. Until there is an approved Emergency Temporary Standard, there is no standard. Where there is no standard, there can be no enforcement. They said that employers who implement vaccine mandates are taking a great liability risk.
They explained that while OSHA announced that it is no longer enforcing the record keeping aspect of injury, illness, and death associated with the vaccines, this does not mean that liability has been removed from employers. They said that vaccine-injured employees may pursue private, civil and tort claims tied to employers’ Workers Compensation insurance.
Meghan explained that the federal government failed to use its own Hierarchy of Safety and Controls; it implemented harmful and ineffective masks instead of I-Wave air filters to reduce aerosol pathogens, which skipped vital legal steps.
Tammy Clark provided information about their successes using Citizen Petition Initiatives. She said that this method was used to limit the emergency powers of Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer by terminating the declaration of emergency at 28 days, and only allowing an extension of emergency power through the state legislature.
Website to download White Paper, Covid OSHA Regulations, Rules and Mandate Madness : https://standupmichigan.com/
Additional Source: https://fraudstoppers.org/covid-osha-regulations-rules-and-mandate-madness/
OSHA, REGULATIONS, RULES, AND MANDATE MADNESS
By Kristen Meghan, Sr. Industrial Hygienist
Tammy Clark, OSHA Environmental Health & Safety Professional
With Special Acknowledgement to Stephen Petty, P.E. C.I.H, C.S.P.
November 29, 2021
Many workplaces around the nation are scrambling to figure out the requirements of the proposed OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) on Covid-19 Vaccination and Testing, and whether or not they must follow the mandates they are hearing about. This article is an attempt to clarify the illegality of the current ETS promulgation, the statutory authority of the Executive Branch, the regulatory rulemaking process, the legal and scientifically-accepted hazard control process, the aspects over which OSHA has authority and jurisdiction and those in which they do not, the liability placed on employers for enforcing workplace mandates as a condition of employment, and the constitutionality of the mandates within the ETS.
On November 6, The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, with a three-judge panel, issued a Temporary Restraining Order staying the approval and enforcement of OSHA’s ETS filed on November 5. The ETS was found to have “grave statutory and constitutional concerns” with the Mandate. The ETS covered vaccinations, testing, and face coverings. On November 12, an
Appeals Court reaffirmed the stay on the Biden Administration’s push for this mandate, therefore, no employer in the United States is legally able to cite OSHA’s recent ETS as justification for forced vaccination, testing, or mandating face coverings in the workplace, neither is any individual state OSHA agency. This stay applies nationwide, not just to the states covered by the 5th Circuit Court. Legally, no individual state may create a standard where no federal standard exists, so no state within the United States may legally create a Covid-19 standard with any mandates regarding vaccines, facial coverings, social distancing, etc. Until there is an approved ETS, there is no standard. Where there is no standard, there can be no enforcement.
We are aware that most business managers are receiving legal advice to act as though this ETS is still viable and enforceable. It is not! In fact, following the mandates within the ETS actually puts employers at a greater risk of liability! We are highly credentialed and in-demand court approved Subject Matter Experts on OSHA standards and compliance, pandemic planning, preparedness and response, workplace health and safety, exposure control, risk reduction, hazard elimination, employer liability, and the authority given to OSHA through the OSH Act of Congress of 1970. Combined, we have nearly 40 years of experience in the fields of preventive health, exposure science, pandemic preparedness, planning, and response, public health, safety, and regulatory compliance.
We have helped attorneys and legislative bodies around the United States fight this illegal ETS and many other compliance-related cases. Our career fields of Industrial Hygiene and Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety overlap with compliance requirements issued through the regulatory agencies of OSHA, EPA, and DOT. In short, we know the world of regulatory compliance and the rulemaking process very well, but we recognize that most
individuals, including many legislators and corporate attorneys, do not. Therefore, many
business owners are getting inappropriate advice from their legal council, leaving them unsure about what to do; listen to the court, or listen to their attorney and President Biden who are advising businesses to “ignore the federal court’s ruling”.