2017 Opinions About OSHA – Industrial Safety & Hygiene News

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Companies ranging from construction to energy/oil-gas manufacturing highly depend on OSHA regulations, as it directly affects the safety compliance standards for their employees. With the change in political administration in Washington D.C., the industry is watching the change in OSHA standards closely. The Opinions About OSHA Report captures the perceptions and expectations of Industrial Safety & Hygiene News subscribers around change in OSHA-related regulations.

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Why Order this Report?

Companies ranging from construction to energy/oil-gas manufacturing highly depend on OSHA regulations, as it directly affects the safety compliance standards for their employees. With the change in political administration in Washington D.C., the industry is watching the change in OSHA standards closely. The Opinions About OSHA Report captures the perceptions and expectations of Industrial Safety & Hygiene News subscribers around change in OSHA-related regulations.

Who Should Read this Report?

Vice presidents, Directors and Managers of Manufacturing, Health and Safety, Human Resources, Planning, Purchasing, Finance, and Operations whose primary business is petroleum refining, oil/gas, coal, ethanol/biodiesel fuels, utility/energy and allied products.

Study Background:

Objectives of this research are to understand:

  • Expectation among industry professionals whether OSHA standards should be repealed or not
  • Specific OSHA standards/proposals expected to be repealed
  • Anticipated funding compared to 2016, for enforcement and voluntary protection programs

Methodology:

  • 181 online surveys were completed with active, qualified ISHN subscribers
  • Data collected January 18 – February 1, 2017