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OSHA Ordered to Release Documents on 75,000 Inspections

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· Story link The Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration was ordered to release more than 2 million analyses…

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The Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration was ordered to release more than 2 million analyses of toxic exposure to workers, based on 75,000 workplace inspections going back to 1979. The court order stepped from a lawsuit filed by Dr. Adam Finkel, a former chief regulator for OSHA, who had disclosed a decision not to offer medical testing to inspectors exposed to beryllium. (7/5007)