I agree there could be more of a liasion created bettween OHSA and the end applicant, based on more than Scare tactics
and/or cost anyalisis vs. benifit from such to employers
(et all) bean counters.
There seems to be very few at a state ,local, or educational level that would carry the federal torch here....
As it stands the majority of whom OSHA laws apply to remain ignorant of them, the efficy of any 'protective'
entity needs to justify itself in the trenches, not in some congressional chamber to be real & tangible.
IMHO, they need to make safety easy
to conform to for the grunts ( yeah,like me ok..)
all else will come.....
To this end, 70E seems to be a good start, a bare minimum approach can be said of residential needs, with small $$$ investment for PPE.