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Tressi Cordaro Comments on the Future of OSHA's “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” Regulation

Tressi Cordaro comments on implications of OSHA’s recent announcement clarifying that employers in State Plans must submit injury and illness data in ”OSHA State Plan Employers Must Report, Too,” published by EHS Today.

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