Workplace/ Ergonomic Rules Guests: Rebecca Adams Reporter, Congressional Quarterly Peg Seminario Director, Department of Occupational Safety and Health, AFL-CIO Pat Cleary Vice President, National Association of Manufacturers Mike Enzi Republican Senator from Wyoming Paul Welstone Democratic Senator from Minnesota Ranking Member, Subcommittee on Employment Safety and Training This week Congress plans to vote on a proposed repeal of workplace rules issued last year. The new rules would provide pay for workers disabled by repetitive stress injuries. They would also require employers to redesign work stations and equipment. Opponents say the rules are impractical, cost too much and infringe upon states' rights. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the health and safety of American workers.
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Workplace/ Ergonomic Rules

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Workplace/ Ergonomic Rules

Workplace/ Ergonomic Rules

Workplace/ Ergonomic Rules

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Guests: Rebecca Adams Reporter, Congressional Quarterly Peg Seminario Director, Department of Occupational Safety and Health, AFL-CIO Pat Cleary Vice President, National Association of Manufacturers Mike Enzi Republican Senator from Wyoming Paul Welstone Democratic Senator from Minnesota Ranking Member, Subcommittee on Employment Safety and Training This week Congress plans to vote on a proposed repeal of workplace rules issued last year. The new rules would provide pay for workers disabled by repetitive stress injuries. They would also require employers to redesign work stations and equipment. Opponents say the rules are impractical, cost too much and infringe upon states' rights. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the health and safety of American workers.