OSHA Workplace Statistics, Regulations, Enforcement and Services, Corrugating International, May 2007
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I’M NOT TAKING NAMES; I’M WITH THE CONSULTING SIDE OF OSHA. ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE CONSULTING SIDE OF OSHA? A LOT OF PEOPLE AREN’T AND THAT’S WHAT I WANT TO TALK ABOUT TODAY. IN ADDITION I WILL PRESENT SOME STATISTICS FROM OSHA.
My background: Actually, I retired from the insurance business as a Workman’s Comp loss control specialist and I saw enough horror with hands, arms, deaths and so forth that I decided I wanted to go back to work and help the industry learn from my insurance industry experience. OSHA’s consulting side was the perfect platform.