Breadcrumb Home Coronavirus Coronavirus Rubber glove demand remains high as omicron lingers Rubber glove demand may be slowing, but its still well above pre-pandemic levels, according to the Malaysian Rubber Glove Manufacturers Association. Coronavirus Just be-clause: OSHA's next COVID enforcement may be less complicated OSHA's vaccination mandate may not be in play, but rubber industry companies should be ready for what comes next, according to one health and safety expert. Coronavirus Vaccine protest blocks crucial auto supply chain bridge between U.S. and Canada Truckers' protest against the Canadian government's COVID-19 policies linger into its third day at the Detroit-Windsor bridge, closing off one of the auto industry's most important supply chain routes. Coronavirus Advanced driving technology reaches into health field Automotive suppliers are deploying with health technology to make driving "cleaner, safer and smarter" by detecting COVID-19, alerting of medical emergencies and more. Coronavirus Expert: Targeted vaccine mandates on OSHA radar The Occupational Safety and Health Administration may have withdrawn its all-encompassing vaccine mandate, but businesses should expect revised, more-targeted rules. Coronavirus OSHA withdraws COVID vaccine mandate for employers OSHA is withdrawing its vaccine mandate for businesses, but a revised standard could be on the way. Coronavirus Supreme Court blocks COVID vaccine mandate for businesses Businesses with more than 100 employees won't be required to mandate COVID-19 vaccines or weekly coronavirus testing. Coronavirus 2021 microchip shortage could cost auto industry $210B How much will the chip shortage cost the auto industry in 2021? One consulting firm said it could cost $100 billion more than previously thought. Coronavirus Rubber News delays Hose & Belt Manufacturers Conference The decision was made due to the impact of the COVID-19 Delta variant and the resulting increase in corporate travel restrictions. Coronavirus Push for U.S.-made PPE may be temporary With COVID-19, demand for U.S.-made PPE surged. Industry insiders wonder if that demand could wane, even with a threat of other pandemics. Load More SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTERS Daily Newsmail Breaking News Rubber in Automotive Silicone News Latex News Most Read Stories Data Store K Show News RN Events RN Webinars and Livestreams EMAIL ADDRESS Please enter a valid email address. Please enter your email address. Please verify captcha. Please select at least one newsletter to subscribe.