OSHA at 50: A Look into the Past, Present and Future of America’s Safety Advocate
Since time immemorial, the precarious nature of work has ensured that the prevention of injury and death has always existed in some form or the other. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of OSHA, it is important to know how the occupational safety and health movement began worldwide. Such a history will only highlight the connections between the concerns of workers past and present, and prepare us for a better, safer future.
In this white paper, you will learn:
- The history of workplace safety to the present day
- What key changes in history meant for workplace safety
- The timeline of pivotal events in the US OSH movement
- A view of what improvements can be made and what technologies are at the forefront