Union/employer collaboration on the rise aimed at exceeding OSHA safety standards

It has become more common to see highly educated union industrial hygienists on building sites because project owners are increasingly demanding safety practices exceeding Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements. 

Unions have learned to help employers win contracts with bids made competitive through good safety practices.

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