USA: OSHA to draft ergonomics guidelines for grocery, poultry industries
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is developing a set of voluntary ergonomics guidelines for the grocery and poultry industries, administrator and assistant labour secretary John Henshaw announced this week. Henshaw explained that the guidelines would be written in a bid to reduce repetitive motion and strain injuries in stores and processing plants, and would replace the ergonomic regulations instituted by the Clinton administration.
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