OSHA’s Strategic Management Plan for 2003-2008

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Essay #: 053576
Total text length is 6,099 characters (approximately 4.2 pages).

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OSHA's Strategic Management Plan for 2003-2008
General contents. The general contents of the plan include OHSA vision, its mission, an enumeration of its strategic challenges, pertinent statistics concerning safety trends in the labour force, where OSHA is falling short and what current programs it has in place (Please see Occupational Safety & Health Administration, 2002).
Goals. Broadly-stated, OHSA’s strategic goals (for 2003-2008) are as follows: to reduce occupational hazards through interventions; to promote a safe health culture through “compliance assistance” (which would appear to involve OHSA officials working alongside businesses to help them); and to maximize efficiency and also effectiveness by increasing the Occupational...
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