OSHA to crack down on unsafe workplaces.

No doubt that the West Virginia mine disaster is pushing regulators to crackdown on on unsafe workplaces.
ABC World News (4/28, story 5, 2:45, Sawyer) reported, “A National Workers Memorial was dedicated near Washington, DC and on this day, we learn the Federal Government is about to launch a sweeping crackdown on dangerous work places.” Statistics show that “thousands of other workers are killed on the job every year.” ABC (Ross) added that in 2007, there were “more than 5,400 Americans killed on the job,” an “average of 14 a day.” David Michaels, administrator, Occupational Safety and Health Administration: “I think there are a lot of irresponsible employers who don’t ensure workers are given safe workplaces to work in.”