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AcronymDefinition
OSHOccupational Safety and Health
OSHOrchard Supply Hardware
OSHOffice on Smoking and Health
OSHOne Semester Hour (various schools)
OSHOregon State Hospital
OSHOpen Source Host
OSHOld Stone House (various locations)
OSHOperational Support Hub (Canada and Jamaica)
OSHOutside Hospital
OSHOperator Shell
OSHOffice of Safety and Health
OSHOptimal Separating Hyperplane
OSHOperator Station Human System Interface (US DoD)
OSHOshkosh, WI, USA - Wittman Field (Airport Code)
OSHOsseo Senior High School (Osseo, MN)
OSHObject State Holder (computer programming)
OSHOttawa South Highspeed (internet service provider; Ontario, Canada)
OSHOhio State Hooligans (skinhead group)
OSHOwnship's Heading
OSHOryza Sativa Homeobox (gene)
OSHOrder of the Silver Hand (game)
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Occupational safety and health technicians who have earned an associate degree or certificate from a community college or two-year career and technical school, and have some on the-job training, will have better opportunities for employment in the field.
The continuous improvement of occupational safety and health should be promoted by a systems approach to the management of occupational safety and health, including the development of a national policy taking into consideration the principles in Part II of the ILO Occupational Safety and Health Convention, 1981 (No.
In 1970, President Nixon signed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration law and the federal agency OSHA became effective on April 29, 1971.
The Occupational Safety and Health Survey includes occupational injury and illness reports for 2002 from 239 work sites, representing 57,973,443 employee hours for 29,203 employees.
s HSE Information Service and offers more than 200,000 citations with abstracts to worldwide literature on occupational safety and health.
Many of the improvements in occupational safety and health were due to the growing numbers of industrial physicians.
The general consensus is that ergonomics policy makes sense and provides value, but there has been much controversy in trying to formulate an acceptable standard to be administered by the DOL's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
To highlight hazards workers face, the Southeast Michigan Coalition on Occupational Safety and Health holds an annual ceremony on April 28, the date the Occupational Safety and Health Administration opened its office.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's proposed ergonomics rule might be illegal and would interfere with state workers' compensation laws and administration, U.
The most important report will be the "State of Occupational Safety and Health in the Member States of the European Union".
The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) is one of the laws that created a set of comprehensive standards for employers to follow.
The California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board voted 7-0 in San Diego to adopt the regulations that have frustrated business and labor groups alike.
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