WASHINGTON -- Industry associations and other insiders said the draft of voluntary ergonomic guidelines issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration here earlier this month represented a good start but needs considerable improvement before the guidelines are finalized. In contrast, organized labor, which continues to say it would prefer mandatory ergonomic regulations, such as those issued by OSHA in the final weeks of the Clinton administration (and repealed by Congress in ...
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