National Grocers Association, Reston, Va., said last week it has joined a broad group of industry organizations in a lawsuit to block the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's implementation of a new ergonomics standard scheduled to go into effect Jan. 14. Thomas K. Zaucha, NGA president and chief executive officer, said, "OSHA's rush to put into effect an incomprehensible and scientifically unjustified rule that will cost the nation's employers $90 to $125 billion a year is a ...
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