Will the OHSMS standards become a reality?

Barlas, Stephen; Struebing, Laura
December 1996
Quality Progress;Dec96, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p19
Academic Journal
Reports on the debate over a proposed International Standards Organization (ISO) standard in the area of occupational safety and health management. Slated meeting of the Technical Management Board of the International Standards Organization in January 1997; American companies' opposition to the proposed ISO standard; American Industrial Hygiene Association's support for the proposed standard.


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