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State OSHA Plan Proposes to Expand Amputation Enforcement Program

Monday, March 28, 2016 | 393 | 0 | 1 min read

The Utah state Occupational Safety and Health Division updated its local emphasis program for amputations to allow inspectors to visit more worksites and check for hazards. Revisions that went into effect on Thursday allow division safety inspectors to select at least 50 businesses for targeted amputation risk inspections. Previously, the rules capped at 50 the number of businesses that could be investigated as part of the emphasis program. The division said the changes are needed because roughly half of the companies identified for an inspection since the program went live Nov. 1, 2014, wer...

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