The philosophical bent of ISHN seems to be increasingly pro-government regulation, i.e. OSHA is pretty good but to be even better, needs more money and regulations to enforce.
OSHA has turned the EHS profession substantially into a rule enforcement trade...the cop on the block.
I hope those politicians with the "car keys" make greater cuts, which lowers taxes and compliance expenses, and puts more money into the American business community to create more jobs.
Mr. Johnson, please stop saying, or implying, that OSHA is crucial to the success EHS community.
Posted by Roger L