INDUSTRY TO OSHA: GUIDELINES GOOD BUT COULD BE BETTER

WASHINGTON -- Industry associations and other insiders said the draft of voluntary ergonomic guidelines issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration here earlier this month represented a good start but needs considerable improvement before the guidelines are finalized.In contrast, organized labor, which continues to say it would prefer mandatory ergonomic regulations, such as those

WASHINGTON -- Industry associations and other insiders said the draft of voluntary ergonomic guidelines issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration here earlier this month represented a good start but needs considerable improvement before the guidelines are finalized.

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