A study of the effects of the Comprehensive Occupational Safety and Health Reform Act (H.R. 1280).
U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 91 pages
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Assessment of Overall Impact
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50 percent achieved additional analysis annual costs associated ASSOCIATED WITH TITLE average benefits of COSHRA Bill Bureau of Labor committee members COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY comprehensive safety construction employers construction industry construction projects Construction Safety COSHRA requirements costs and benefits current practices Department of Labor employee participation Employment Policy Foundation establishment employment estimated cost associated estimated number estimated total annual fatalities prevented health committees health programs HEALTH REFORM ACT identified illness rates illnesses annually illnesses prevented implementation imposed Industry Sector injuries and illnesses International Trade Administration involve Labor Statistics low risk million employees National Safety Council Number of Affected number of hours occupational illness occupational injuries OSHA coverage OSHA standards OSHA's percent of employees potential prevented annually private sector establishments Process Safety Management promulgated public employees reduction in injuries represent safety and health savings Secretary of Labor Subpart Title XII total annual cost total number U.S. Department workers