"Focus on Safety and Security" piece on how the federal Occupational Safety and
"Focus on Safety and Security" piece on how the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is creating voluntary alliances in an attempt to move from being a potential adversary to a partner. In Maine, OSHA has partnered with labor unions, health care workers and hospitals, construction sites, and private businesses like Marden's. Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston realized a savings of $800,000 on worker's compensation rates through its participation in the OSHA program. There are currently 10 active alliances in Maine, handled by Bill Coffin, OSHA's first compliance assistant specialist.
Industrial safety, Construction workers, Medical care
Rooks, Doug, ""Focus on Safety and Security" piece on how the federal Occupational Safety and" (2005). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3478.
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