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Protect Public Employees from Workplace Accidents

Sunday, Jan 25 2009

Millions of state, county, and city employees perform vital work for the American people. But in 26 states, public employees are not covered by OSHA standards. It's time to change that, according to CSB Chairman John Bresland. That's the safety message for January 26, 2009.

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