The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has improved its oversight of worker safety during the COVID-19 pandemic by conducting remote workplace inspections, but "gaps" remain, U.S. government officials said Thursday in a comprehensive report on the challenges facing the United States. before the COVID-19 vaccine.
The report, which identifies concerns about federal monitoring of workers' safety and health, found that OSHA's "oversight and tracking of its customized enforcement practices contain gaps."
"For example, the Agency has no plans to conduct its oversight and does not track certain data related to its customized enforcement practices," the report states. "These gaps prevent OSHA from assessing the effectiveness of its enforcement practices during the pandemic. methods do not miss infringements and ensure that employers deal with certain identified infringements. "
To improve its oversight, GAO recommends that OSHA develop a timed plan to implement the Agency's monitoring processes for COVID-1
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