CURRENT REPORT METALWORKING FLUIDS MACHINE TOOL GROUP NEARS COMPLETION OF VOLUNTARY RULE TO CONTROL CONTAMINANTS

1996-01-17

Incomplete; BNA Current Report. Contains three articles. Discusses a voluntary US emissions standard for metalworking fluids due to risks of cancer and respiratory disorders. Addresses the claim that OSHA distorted data to support its ergonomics standard and contains OSHA responses to the accusation. Begins to address workplace violence.

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Community Health Program records
Subjects
BAULIG, LAURIE T
BILES, PATRICIA
BLUME, RS
CLINTON
DEAR, JOSEPH A
LICK, HENRY B
MAC, GREGORY J
SANDLER, HM
SILVERSTEIN, BARBARA A
SWEENEY, JOHN J
PM
AFL CIO
AMERICAN NATL STANDARDS INST
ANSI MACHINE TOOL SAFETY COMM
BUREAU OF NATL AFFAIRS
CONGRESS
ERGONOMICS TEAM
FORD MOTOR
GOP LAWMAKERS
INDEPENDENT LUBRICANT MFG ASSN
NAM GROUP
NATL ASSN OF MFG
NATL COALITION ON ERGONOMICS
NATL INST FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH (NIOSH)
OSHA ADVISORY COMM
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA)
SANDLER OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE ASSOCIATES
WA STATE DEPT OF LABOR + INDUSTRIES
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