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|Material Type:||Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||United States. Government Accountability Office.|
|Notes:||Title from title screen (viewed on June 6, 2012).
|Description:||1 online resource (ii, 45 pages) : illustrations, form|
|Details:||Mode of access: World Wide Web.; System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader.|
|Other Titles:||Better OSHA guidance needed on safety incentive programs|
OSHA relies on employer injury and illness records to target its enforcement efforts. Questions have been raised as to whether some safety incentive programs and other workplace safety policies may discourage workers' reporting of injuries and illnesses. GAO examined (1) what is known about the effect of workplace safety incentive programs and other workplace safety policies on injury and illness reporting, (2) the prevalence of safety incentive programs as well as other policies that may affect reporting, and (3) actions OSHA has taken to address how safety incentive programs and other policies may affect injury and illness reporting. GAO reviewed academic literature, federal laws, regulations, and OSHA guidance; surveyed a nationally representative sample of manufacturing worksites; and interviewed federal and state occupational safety and health officials, union and employer representatives, and researchers.
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- United States. -- Occupational Safety and Health Administration -- Rules and practice.
- Industrial safety -- United States.
- Accidents -- Prevention -- Government policy -- United States.
- United States -- Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
- Accidents, Occupational.
- Occupational Health.
- United States.
- United States. -- Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
- Accidents -- Prevention -- Government policy.
- Industrial safety.