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Only 10 Percent of OSHA Inspectors Think OSHA Can Protect Whistleblowers

Only 10 Percent of OSHA Inspectors Think OSHA Can Protect Whistleblowers
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 established workers’ rights to safe workplaces, to refuse to labor in hazardous conditions and to be free from retaliation for reporting dangers. But OSHA, the underfunded agency charged with enforcing the law, can’t effectively shield either workers or whistleblowers. The agency is a soleless work boot – fine on the surface but failing its purpose.
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Leo W. Gerard
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