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    OSHA updates National Safety Council on agency actions

    April 18, 2012

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    In the past six months, OSHA has launched and updated several new compliance assistance tools through its compliance assistance program and alliances.

    A new report (Word .doc) from the agency outlines the new webpages, Quick Cards, fact sheets and studies created and updated in the first half of fiscal year 2012 (Oct. 1 through March 31).

    The National Safety Council received a copy of this report through its cooperative program participation with the agency.

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