OSHA: Unnecessary or a Life Saver?

by Emily Holbrook on February 13, 2013 · 0 comments

While some feel the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a necessary agency with its proof of necessity being the lives it has saved since its inception in 1971, others feel that it’s just a wasteful regulatory nightmare. Compliance and Safety breaks it down in infographic form:

First, the good:

And now, the not-so-good:

As with everything, there are two sides and, in this case, each side states a strong case. Which side are you on?

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Emily Holbrook is the executive managing editor for National Underwriter Life & Health and the former editor of the Risk Management Monitor and Risk Management magazine. You can read more of her writings at EmilyHolbrook.com.

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