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Volume 14 Number 2
Winter 2003

  • Crunching the Numbers
    OSHA's data-collection program helps the agency focus its resources where the need is the greatest.

  • Protecting Whistleblowers
    The Sarbanes-Oxley Act expands OSHA's investigative authority to include discrimination associated with corporate fraud cases.

  • Cover Story:
    OSHA's compliance officers are inspecting more sites and identifying more hazards in their ongoing effort to make workplaces safer and more healthful.

  • Strong, Effective, Fair Enforcement...
    Emphasis Programs

  • Ready to Respond
    OSHA is a vital member of the U.S. National Response Team, which coordinates the government response to hazardous substance releases into the environment.

  • A+ for Alliances
    OSHA's newest cooperative programs are making inroads with an ever-growing number and variety of workplaces and industries.

  • Protecting Young Workers
    OSHA and the Department of Labor are reaching out to one of the most vulnerable classes of workers.

  • Bringing Safety and Health Training to Federal Agencies
    The Western New York Federal Safety and Health Council is setting the example for ambitious and creative outreach.

  • JSHQ Sponsors Photo Contest
    Show off your camera skills while showcasing OSHA at work!


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