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Industry Wants OSHA Nominee Hearing

A coalition of business groups is worried that Senate Democratic leaders will not hold a confirmation hearing on President Barack Obama’s nominee for a key post at the Labor Department.

 

Concerned that the nomination of David Michaels to head the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will go straight to the floor, industry groups are lobbying for a committee hearing. The business associations want senators to grill Michaels on how he would address “ergonomic” workplace injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive-motion ailments.

 

Source: The Hill

 

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