OSHA Union Ties May Redirect Focus From Occupational Safety and Health Mission

OSHA, also known as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, was created by congress when the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 was passed. Its main objective is to ensure that all employees are working in safe and healthy environments. They are charged with the task of setting the standards and enforcing their adherence. However, as of late, they have been encouraged to concentrate less on worker safety and more on issues that support union organization. The objective of the International Franchise Association (IFA) is “to protect, enhance, and promote franchising.” Since around 1966 they have been working...

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