OSHA reform bill moving forward

Barlas, Stephen
December 1997
Underground Construction;Dec97, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on an update regarding proposed US Occupational Safety & Health Administration reform legislation. Proponents of the bill; Emphasis on a provision that allows companies to get third-party safety audit from a private company certified by OSHA; Other provisions of the proposed bill.


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