You would expect OSHA to step in and force the organization to implement as fast as humanly possible the solution needed to prevent these horrible injuries and fatalities. And it wouldn’t surprise you if OSHA issued one of their “press releases” to try and shame the organization into making the changes needed to stop this carnage. Unfortunately, OSHA is not the solution in this scenario; they (as part of a broken rule-making process) are actually a part of the problem.
The particular hazard I am speaking of . . .
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