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Worker Protection: Better Coordination Can Improve Safety at Hazardous Material Facilities
Lori Rectanus & Joseph Natalicchio. Work places that produce, use, store, or dispose of hazardous materials are often considered to be among the nation’s most dangerous. This report reviews coordination among the federal agencies engaged in protecting safety & health at hazardous material work places. Specifically, it assesses: (1) the extent to which Federal agencies have overlapping statutory authority or procedures; (2) employers’ & workers’ experiences with multiagency efforts to protect work place safety & health at hazardous material facilities; & (3) the extent to which agencies coordinate their enforcement efforts & communicate to employers the nature & extent of their coordinated activities. Ill.
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