High Hopes for Next OSHA Chief

- Employers hope that new leadership at the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration will spur a more collaborative approach to regulation and enforcement. Those who know President Donald Trump’s nominee to head the agency say he is unlikely to try to prevent OSHA from fulfilling its workplace safety responsibilities, but would bring a new perspective to the agency.

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