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Resource ID: #29055
Subject: OSHA Failings
Source: Cheryl W. Thompson, Robert Benincasa, Jacob Margolis, Adriene Hill, Stella M. Chavez, Sara Willa Ernst, Dominic Walsh, Fernanda Camarena, Julia Shipley, David Nickerson, Brian Edwards, Cascade Tuholske, Kristen Lombardi, Kim Krisberg, Jim Morris
Affiliation: NPR, The California Newsroom, The Texas Newsroom, Columbia Journalism Investigations, Public Health Watch
Date: 2021-11-24



The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s primary responsibility is to protect workers from health hazards. But for decades, the agency has failed to adopt a national heat standard to safeguard workers against hot temperatures, resulting in the deaths of hundreds of American workers and an enforcement system rife with problems.

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