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Trump’s regulation order may put OSHA rules on chopping block

2.1.17

In the article, "Trump’s regulation order may put OSHA rules on chopping block," featured in Business Insurance, attorney Ed Foulke comments on President Trump's executive order on reducing regulation and controlling regulatory cost and how it could significantly limit or even halt the introduction of new regulations over the next several years by the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration.

“This isn’t something new, but because of the number of regulations promulgated during the past eight years, I think there is a clear interest by a lot of businesspeople to see some streamlining of regulation to make it less burdensome,” said Mr. Foulke, who noted keeping up with the regulatory landscape can amount to a full-time job that is often difficult for small and medium-sized companies.

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