Open Access Articles

January 30, 2001

OSHA publishes Ergonomic Electronic Compliance Assistance Tools (eCATs) on its Web Site

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has added Electronic Compliance Assistance Tools (eCATs) to its Web site that addresses ergonomic recommendations for common situations in selected industries.
January 16, 2001

Official Statement From OSHA on Effective Date of Ergonomics Program Standard

As OSHA's ergonomics standard takes effect today, more than 100 million workers across America can look forward to a brighter, more healthful future.
January 4, 2001

OSHA Gets High Marks for Worker Satisfaction

Survey results from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) revealed that workers who participated in OSHA inspections gave OSHA high marks for its standards, information, and customer service.
December 18, 2000

The Pros and Cons of Qualifying for OSHA

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December 12, 2000


Leading newspapers report Republicans have very little chance to undo OSHA's ergonomics rule.
December 11, 2000

Attorney Shares Insight on Legal Challenges Against OSHA

The attorney for the National Coalition on Ergonomics, David Sarvadi, explains their legal position against OSHA's Ergonomics Program Standard and elaborates on the legal process of the appeals.
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