This case is aboutÂ ECONOMICS
PUBLICATION DATE: January 01, 1997
Regulatory Reform at OSHA (C)Â Case Solution
It was seen by its supporters as a bulwark of the defense of sale working conditions but adversaries depicted it as creating issues for the employers.
With that backdrop — and with other resources and dwindling manpower — OSHA officials in Maine, in 1991, attempt a drastically different approach to their job, targeting 200 companies whose information is with them as the companyâ€™s most very important to bring into compliance. OSHA hopes both to find ways to convince, rather than to coerce business, through the law to make progress — and to avoid diluting the inspection capacity it’s. The evident success of the Maine 200 program comes at a time when the new Clinton Administration is excited to find such authorities “reinvention” plans it can broadly reproduce. HKS Case Number 1373.0