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Industry Expects Trump To Target Injury Reporting, Inspection Policies

January 27, 2017 at 5:38 PM
Industry officials expect the Trump administration will prioritize for rollback anti-retaliation provisions of OSHA's worker injury and illness reporting rule, curtailing the rule through new guidance and limited enforcement, as well as an Obama-era policy allowing union officials to join OSHA inspectors at non-union sites, among others. During a Jan. 25 webinar , attorneys with the law firm Conn Maciel Carey, which represents employers, outlined expected Trump administration priorities for scaling back controversial Obama-era rules as new OSHA leadership moves...

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