It's not often that you hear terms such as, "conspiracy" applied to OSHA, especially by workers' comp experts. But that's exactly what some are saying about the agency's apparent stepped up enforcement actions. A recent policy paper released "coincidentally" nearly the exact same time as that nasty series of reports by ProPublica/NPR has left many a stakeholder questioning whether OSHA is intentionally trying to harass the industry. During a recent webinar hosted by Mark Walls and Kimberly George (part of a terrific series called "Out Front Ideas with...
David Langham Nov 3, 2016 07:58 AM
"what are we, 12?" Perhaps not. But it seems that "shaming" has taken on a primary role in American society in the new century. Posting pictures, criticizing, etc. It is becoming part of what we are, for better or worse.