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OSHA Moves Closer to Proposing Rule Requiring All Covered Employers to Create, Implement and Enforce Injury & Illness Prevention Programs

On February 14, 2012 by Schnader

Since publishing its regulatory agenda in April 2010, OSHA has declared its intent to mandate through rulemaking that all covered employers create, implement and enforce a workplace injury and illness prevention program. This Alert will discuss the proposed rule and the implications it may have for employers.

This Alert was republished by JD Supra for “7 Employment Law “Hot Buttons” for Small Businesses – A Legal Roundup” on February 15, 2012.

Click here to read the full Alert.

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