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OSHA and the Politics of Health Regulation

1st Person: McCaffrey, David P.
Additional Corporate Bodies: SpringerLink (Online service)
Additional Persons: SpringerLink (Online service)
Type of Publication: Book
Published: Boston, MA Springer US 1982, 1982
Series: Environment, Development and Public Policy: Public Policy and Social Services
Keywords: Law
Public health laws
Law
Medical Law
Online: Volltext
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Table of Contents:
  • Perspectives on Government Regulation
  • 1.1. Views of Regulation
  • 1.2. Outline of the Book
  • 2: Occupational Disease: Magnitude and Issues of the Problem
  • 2.1. Scope of the Problem
  • 2.2. Issues in Occupational Disease
  • 2.3. Summary
  • 3: Political and Economic Factors in Occupational Health Work
  • 3.1. Factors Encouraging Toxic Substance Control
  • 3.2. Factors Discouraging Chemical Control
  • 3.3. Summary
  • 4: Procedures of and Predictions about OSHA
  • 4.1. Regulatory Procedures: The Administrative Procedures Act and the Value of Rational Participation
  • 4.2. What Do the Perspectives on Regulation Imply?
  • 5: OSHA’s Chemical Regulations, 1970-1976
  • 5.1. OSHA’s Activity
  • 5.2. A Brief Evaluation of OSHA’s Early Activity
  • 6: OSHA’s Regulations After 1976
  • 6.1. The New Administration
  • 6.2. Summary of OSHA’s Health Regulation and some Generalizations
  • 6.3. OSHA’s History and Views of Regulation
  • 7: Service Activities
  • 7.1. Employee Notificat

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