On January 9, 2017, OSHA finalized the Occupational Exposure to Beryllium rule, which was originally scheduled to take effect March 10, 2017. Following President Trump’s inauguration, the effective date of the rule was postponed until March 21, 2017, and last month, OSHA further postponed the effective date of the rule until May 20, 2017 to allow the incoming administration “an opportunity for further review and consideration of the rule.” OSHA National News Release (Mar. 22, 2017). Various industry groups have filed petitions for review of the rule, but the proceedings remain in the early stages. The compliance date for the bulk of the obligations under the rule currently remains March 12, 2018.