WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Supermarket retailers, wholesalers and food manufacturers would be required by federal law to correct injury-causing workplace conditions, under proposed Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations announced last week. The ergonomics rule, released after almost eight years of wrangling between the federal government, industry and Congressional leaders, would require employers to provide work spaces and equipment to support the physical makeup of each ...

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