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Report: OSHA Should Improve Safety Checks

The agency in charge of workplace safety needs to do a better job of making sure employers keep accurate records on worker injuries and illnesses, congressional investigators said in a report released Monday.

 

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is supposed to audit employer records in the most hazardous industries to keep tabs on accident and illness rates. But the Government Accountability Office report found inspectors often don't interview workers to verify what is in employer records.

 

Source: Associated Press

 

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