WASHINGTON, D.C. | August 18, 2011 -
Dear Dr. Michaels:
For more than two years the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has worked to finalize a regulatory proposal to alter existing crystalline silica standards. A flawed process has created uncertainty and concerns among the public and industry. To provide employers and the American people the certainty and transparency they deserve, OSHA should immediately make public the regulatory changes it is considering and give ample opportunity for stakeholders to provide input.
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