Is OSHA Leaving Home?

Dunn, Kelly
February 2000
Workforce (10928332);Feb2000, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p26
Focuses on the letter written by United States Department of Labor officials which answered the questions of a credit services company planning to set up a work-at-home program. How workplace safety rules could be implemented; Safety of the employee in their home-based work; Survey conducted on human resource professionals about employer liability for at-home workers.


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