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Workplace Safety and Health: Better OSHA Guidance Needed on Safety Incentive Programs
Revae E. Moran (au)
The Occupational Safety and Health Admin. (OSHA) relies on employer injury and illness records to target its enforcement efforts. Questions have been raised as to whether some safety incentive programs and other workplace safety policies may discourage workers' reporting of injuries and illnesses. This report examined: (1) what is known about the effect of workplace safety incentive programs and other workplace safety policies on injury and illness reporting; (2) the prevalence of safety incentive programs as well as other policies that may affect reporting; and (3) actions OSHA has taken to address how safety incentive programs and other policies may affect injury and illness reporting. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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