OSHA Wants You to Know Your Illness and Injury Rates are Too High

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OSHA has put together a 2000+ list of nursing home, CCRC, home health agency and other senior services providers across the

country that will be receiving a letter notifying them that their illness and injury statistics for 2008 were well above the national

average. Any one of these provider/employers that had a Days Away from Work, Restricted, or Transferred (DART) rate above 4.5

should expect to receive the OSHA letter.

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