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When OSHA does not have a standard that applies to a specific industry hazard

it is not uncommon for OSHA to cite the General Duty Clause in issuing a citation against a given employer. In doing this, OSHA often uses existing consensus or industry standards as evidence of hazard recognition and feasible hazard abatement. Please discuss the appropriateness of this approach. Use examples and/or sources to support your arguments.

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