factory workersThe U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has a long history of being attacked from all sides. While some criticize it for being too lenient, others routinely refer to it as a job-killer whose regulations stifle job creation, increase labor costs, and erode America’s competitiveness.

But the Harvard Business Review says OSHA workplace inspections protect workers without overburdening employers or reducing their sales.

“We now have the data to prove it.”

(READ the story from the Harvard Business Review blog)

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