OSHA: No more counting inspections
Assistant Secretary of Labor for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration David Michaels, Ph.D., announced a new enforcement strategy during the 2015 National Safety Council Congress & Expo in which the Agency will no longer count the number of inspections it conducts in an effort to emphasize quality over quantity. The Agency currently averages 40,000 inspections a year. Under the Enforcement Waiving System — which goes into effect in fiscal year 2016 — OSHA will no longer tally inspections, but rather will concentrate on the more complicated, time-consuming cases, according to Michaels.
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