Open Access Articles

April 16, 2002

OSHA Continues Ergonomics Push with RIMS Agreement and Naming of Regional Ergo Coordinators

RIMS and OSHA partner as Henshaw names regional ergonomics directors.
April 11, 2002

Chao Responds to Steady Workplace Injury Rates

A total of 1.7 million injuries and illnesses in private industry required recuperation away from work beyond the day of the incident in 2000. The number of these cases in 2000 was about the same as in 1999.
April 8, 2002

Reaction to OSHA’s Ergonomics Strategy

Just days after OSHA announced a comprehensive ergonomics strategy, including "targeted guidelines and tough enforcement," here's what is being said.
April 8, 2002

Reaction to OSHA’s Ergonomics Strategy

Just days after OSHA announced a comprehensive ergonomics strategy, including "targeted guidelines and tough enforcement," here's what is being said.
April 5, 2002

OSHA Announces Comprehensive Plan To Reduce Ergonomic Injuries

Targeted Guidelines and Tough Enforcement Two Key Elements
April 1, 2002

Beverly Enterprises and OSHA Find Common Ground On Patient Handling

10-year dispute between Beverly Enterprises and OSHA ends with settlement.
December 6, 2000

Ford Motor Company, UAW and OSHA Form Worker Safety Partnership

Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), the United Auto Workers Union (UAW) and the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have formed a partnership to improve worker health and safety conditions.
November 27, 2000

Insurance Companies Explain Ergonomics Lawsuit Against OSHA

The Alliance of American Insurers has joined the National Coalition on Ergonomics' lawsuit challenging the legitimacy of the ergonomic standard recently finalized by OSHA.
November 16, 2000

Official Statements on OSHA

OSHA
November 14, 2000

Reactions to OSHA

The long drawn-out battle between Republicans and Democrats, unions and business, Congress and the President has ended with the standard crafting its way into the Federal Register.
November 8, 2000

OSHA Awards Grants for Ergonomics Training

This year OSHA awarded approximately $8 million in Susan Harwood Training Grants to 53 nonprofit organizations to administer safety and health training programs.
November 3, 2000

Reports Indicate OSHA

The drawn-out debate on ergonomics may end up being brushed aside as Congress heads home after passing a continuing resolution this morning to keep government in operation until November 14th.
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