Flight attendants to be covered by OSHA protections

08/23/2013 | Hill, The

The Federal Aviation Administration is working on new safety rules for flight attendants. The rules will allow flight attendants to be covered by Occupational Safety and Health Administration protections. "It’s important that cabin crewmembers on our nation’s airlines benefit from OSHA protections, including information about potential on-the-job hazards and other measures to keep them healthy and safe," said Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.

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