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    How much authority should OSHA have to investigate incidents that take place in private organizations?
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    OSHA's Authority in the Private Sector
    According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA, 2008), the term "private sector employer" refers to any business with one or more employees engaged in a commercial or noncommercial activity that affects commerce. This includes for and not-for profit organizations including churches; however, in the case of a religious organization, there is a ...

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    This solution discusses how much authority should OSHA have in the private sector.