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March 4th, 2010
Today's "OSHA Listens" meeting won't lack for out-of-the-box thinking. What OSHA does with the input from ASSE President Chris Patton and others is the crucial part, of course.
Both associations want OSHA to take a lead role in assessing nanotechnology risks; AIHA also asks for action on safe patient handling/ergonomics and says OSHA's coverage should be expanded to all workers.
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