Boiler Safety Bulletin, 1921: Issued by the Industrial Accident Commission of the State of California (Classic Reprint)
When the California Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and Safety Act was in course of preparation, a study was made of existing safety laws in different states and countries. The experience of a large group of other jurisdictions was ascertained. Consultation followed with Cali formia employers and employees, as well as with citizens in all walks of life. The consensus of Opinion favored the plan in operation in Wis consin, whereby safety standards were issued by the Industrial Commis sion, and these standards can be changed at any time or exemptions issued to meet unusual conditions. The only other feasible plan was that of having the legislature definitely state in statute how machinery of all kinds should be protected. There could be little or no ﬂ:exibility under this plan. Its cost to California's employers would have been enormous, because there was no organized safety movement in the state and the field was virgin.
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