JOB SAFETY OSHA DEFENDS PROPOSAL, SMOKING BAN, TOBACCO INDUSTRY, HEALTH GROUPS FACE OFF

1994-09-20

Document regarding OSHA's decision to require employers to either ban smoking or provide a separate ventilated room for smoking. Points to research demonstrating increased risk of cancer from secondhand smoke as reasoning behind ban. Cites the concerns of the tobacco industry that this is essentially a de facto total ban on smoking as most employers will not want to pay to establish a separate roo... read more

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CARCHMAN,R
DEAR,JA
DUMELLE,F
MUNZER,A
REAGAN
TYSON,PR
PM
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
AMERICAN HEART ASSN
AMERICAN LUNG ASSN
COALITION ON SMOKING OR HEALTH
EPA, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
FEDERAL REGISTER
INDUSTRIAL UNION DEPT
OSHA, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
PHILIP MORRIS
PMUSA, PHILIP MORRIS USA
SUPREME COURT
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