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    OSHA requests input on reinforced concrete, backover injury prevention

    March 28, 2012

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    Washington – OSHA is seeking comment on how to prevent injuries related to reinforcing concrete activities and vehicle or equipment backovers.

    The agency’s Request for Information (.pdf file), published in the March 29 Federal Register, comes a week after the Office of Management and Budget completed its review of two proposed rules on the hazards.

    Comments are due June 27.

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