OSHA STUDYING PETROCHEMICAL WORKER SAFETY

Worker safety in U.S. petrochemical plants is getting increased scrutiny by the Bush administration. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration awarded a $448,636 grant to John Gray Institute for a national study of safety and health issues affecting contractor and company employees in selected petrochemical businesses. Meantime, OSHA seeks public comment on proposals from the International Labor Organization dealing with safety in chemical use in the workplace, which could significantly

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