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- abbr. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
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- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (US)
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- n. a government agency in the Department of Labor to maintain a safe and healthy work environment
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On page 20, we find out that OSHA is trying to subpoena the identity of a porn star who tested positive for HIV, "Patient Zero."
We have cooperated fully in OSHA's inspection of the February 24th accident.
OSHA is well-intentioned, but OSHA regulations are so pervasive and so particular that no business in America isn't violating the regulations in some fashion or another.
Wow, either lawnmower/toe accidents are shockingly common somebody call OSHA, or an amazingly large number of people know the guy with the foot cake.
Others said beefing up enforcement by OSHA is crucial.
There is an exception for emergency situations in OSHA's recommendation.
Brian Barker, the whistleblower in this case, says that he called OSHA after
Barker says that he called OSHA after Sodexo management ignored his repeated requests to correct the problems.
If all of you ex and present employees were so worried about, and knew the safety issues at this company why didn't anyone call OSHA in along time ago???
I hope that someone, anyone, everyone calls OSHA and has the entire spin shop investigated.