TIA opposes OSHA injury tracking proposal
from Modern Tire Dealer
The Tire Industry Association cited methodology concerns and economic costs of a proposal by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to make workplace injury and illness data available to the public in comments opposing the proposal. In the comments on the proposed "Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses" rule, TIA Senior Vice President of Training Kevin Rohlwing states, "while TIA supports OSHA's laudable goal of promoting safe and healthy working conditions for American workers, we would like to register our strong opposition to the rule as proposed and suggest that the agency withdraw this proposal."
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