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Sources Expect Trump OSHA To Strip Anti-Retaliation From Reporting Rule

July 05, 2017
An industry attorney and a former Obama OSHA official expect the Trump administration will soon propose to strip so-called anti-retaliation provisions from the agency's injury and illness record-keeping rule, while allowing new reporting requirements to stand, though the industry source says the Trump OSHA is unlikely to publicize the data. Employers have long opposed the Obama OSHA's May 2016 final rule updating the agency's worker injury and illness reporting rule, arguing in federal lawsuits in Texas and Oklahoma, and directly...


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