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  • July 31 [National News Release] - 1996 - 07/31/1996 - OSHA Warns Against Asphyxiation Hazard Involving Decorative Water Fountain Pits
  • July 31 [National News Release] - 1996 - 07/31/1996 - OSHA's Quick Fix Equals Lower Penalties For Conscientious Employers
  • July 23 [National News Release] - 1996 - 07/23/1996 - OSHA To Pilot Test System That Could Reduce Penalties Up To 100 Percent For Corporations That Initiate Safety And Health Programs
  • July 22 [National News Release] - 1996 - 07/22/1996 - OSHA Proposes To Eliminate Regulations In Move To Save Employers Millions Annually And Reduce Paperwork While Protecting Employees
  • July 12 [National News Release] - 1996 - 07/12/1996 - Labor Secretary Proposes $3.6 Million In OSHA Penalties Against Maine Egg Producer; Firm Also Cited For Wage And Hour Violations
  • July 11 [National News Release] - 1996 - 07/11/1996 - OSHA Says Death Of Worker Shows Dangers Of Unauthorized Modification Of Industrial Forklift Trucks
  • July 05 [National News Release] - 1996 - 07/05/1996 - OSHA Extends Comment Deadline On Draft Night Retail Violence Guidelines To Sept. 30
  • July 05 [National News Release] - 1996 - 07/05/1996 - Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich has reappointed three members and named two new members of the National Advisory Committee

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