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proposing a safety campaign for back belts. Your letter to President Clinton was referred to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for our response. We apologize for the delay in responding. OSHA's preferred approach to prevention of injuries and illnesses, including back injuries, is to eliminate the hazardous condition in the workplace, primarily through engineering controls.

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