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PUBLICATION DATE: January 01, 1997
Regulatory Reform at OSHA (B)Â Case Solution
It was seen by its supporters as a bulwark of the defense of sale working states but opponents described it as abusively making difficult situations for the management. With that backdrop — and with other resources and dwindling work force — OSHA officials in Maine, in 1991, try a radically different approach to their task, targeting 200 companies which information has told them are the state’s most crucial that you bring into compliance.
OSHA hopes both to prevent diluting the review capacity it’s — and to find means to get, rather than to coerce through the law, business to make progress. The apparent success of the Maine 200 program comes at a time when the new Clinton Administration is keen to locate such authorities “reinvention” plans it can widely repeat. HKS Case Number 1372.0