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A respected industry publication for ILTA members, this monthly newsletter highlights legislative and regulatory activities affecting terminal facilities. It also provides news on recent business development within the terminal industry, including new construction, expansions, acquisitions and additions to ILTA's membership, as well as important information about ILTA's committee meetings, conferences and training events. ILTA also offers ILTA News Plus to members. This publication, sent on weeks that ILTA News is not published, aggregates industry and member news.

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ILTA Statement for the Record on Senate EPW Hearing on, “Examining PFAS as Hazardous Substances”

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Dear Chairman Carper, Ranking Member Moore Capito, and the rest of the esteemed Senate Environment & Public Works Committee members, please accept for the record the following statement from the International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) on the March 20, 2024 full committee hearing on, “Examining PFAS as a Hazardous Substance.”

ILTA Joins Working Group on Worker Walkaround Representative Rulemaking

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Again working with Conn Maciel Carey LLP (CMC), ILTA joined a multi-industry working group on OSHA’s Worker Walkaround Representative Rulemaking. The rule would expand the circumstances when non-employees, particularly union representatives at non-union workplaces, can accompany OSHA inspectors during enforcement inspections. For example, union representatives, other labor or community activist groups, and even plaintiffs’ attorneys (or their expert witnesses) could gain direct and early access to non-union workplaces and employees, potentially as a front for organizing campaigns where they otherwise would not have access or to advance personally injury lawsuits. Similarly, the rule could allow competitors, contractors, or others onsite to employers’ detriment.