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OSHA buries worker fatalities list

Hospital Safety Insider, August 25, 2017

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Earlier this week, if you had navigated to OSHA.gov in search of information about the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) agency committed to improving the safety of American workers, you would have been greeted by a prominent ticker listing recent workplace fatalities. Each entry had a date, state, name, and brief explanation of how the worker died.

That item was removed Friday from the OSHA website, however, in an effort to make the public data more “accurate and useful,” Politico reported, citing a DOL spokesperson. (Continue reading on HCPro's OSHA Healthcare Advisor blog...)



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