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“OSHA Moves Closer to Proposing Rule Requiring All Covered Employees to Create, Implement, and Enforce Injury and Illness Prevention Programs”

On July 26, 2012 by Schnader

Scott J. Wenner, chair of the Firm’s Labor and Employment Practices Group, authored the article “OSHA Moves Closer to Proposing Rule Requiring All Covered Employees to Create, Implement, and Enforce Injury and Illness Prevention Programs” that was published in the Employee Relations Law Journal, Summer 2012, Vol. 38, No. 1. The article provides steps employers can take to prepare if OSHA proposes a rule requiring that companies adopt an Injury and Illness Prevention Program.