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OSHA has been criticized for its inadequate beryllium exposure standards. The agency did try to push through lower

exposure limits in the 1970s, but companies stopped passage of the new standards by claiming they couldn't afford to meet the lower standard. Given this history, do you think the companies or OSHA responsible for its inadequate beryllium exposure standard?

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It is responsible for OSHA and other companies in meeting the minimum... View the full answer

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