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Workplace Safety and Health: OSHA Could Improve Federal Agencies’ Safety Programs with a More Strategic Approach to Its Oversight
Robert E. Robertson (au)
Federal workers’ compensation costs exceeded $1.5 billion in 2004, with approximately 148,000 new claims filed that year. Because of concerns for the safety of federal workers, as well as the costs associated with unsafe workplaces, this report described the characteristics of federal agencies’ safety programs & the implementation challenges they face, & assessed how well the Occupational Safety & Health Admin. (OSHA) oversees & assists federal agencies’ efforts to develop & administer their safety programs. Includes recommendations. Charts & tables.
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