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OSHA Protections May Include Airborne Infectious Disease, Safe Patient Handling
Health Leaders Media - David LaHoda

OSHA recently solidified leadership for the agency and has provided a clearer picture of the regulatory horizon. First of all, David Michaels, PhD, MPH, assumed his position as head of OSHA when the Senate confirmed his nomination as assistant secretary of Labor for occupational safety and health. Nominated by President Barack Obama on June 28, the Senate acted on the nomination December 3.