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Brad Hammock Discusses Regulatory Burdens of Recent OSHA Initiatives

Brad Hammock's Congressional testimony on OSHA's proposed rules on silica and injury reporting, among other initiatives, was quoted in Safety and Health' Magazine's "Regulatory 'onslaught' or 'drought'? Stakeholders, lawmakers debate."

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