The cover story “Quelling a storm of violence” (March 13, p. 18) should have said that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration does require employers to take corrective action if a citation is issued, but OSHA can't tell them what to do, specifically. Rather, it gives them a list of possible remedies from which the employer must choose.
Corrections and clarifications, as published in Modern Healthcare's March 20, 2017 Issue
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