Comprehensive Occupational Safety and Health Reform Act

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the Occupational Safety and Health Administration – is known throughout the country as “The Resource” for occupational safety and health issues. But the OSHA that exists today is the product of a long evolution from a 19th century economy in which occupational safety and health was not the priority it is today.

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Last amendment:c. 33, Sched. 20, s. 3. Skip Table of Contents CONTENTS 1.

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Definitions PART I APPLICATION 2. Crown and other Acts 3. Private residences, farming, teaching 4. Self-employed persons PART II.