Corrections and clarifications
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.
An incorrect photo was supplied for the News Makers item (p. 32) on James Murray, the new CEO of Life Care Health Partners. The correct photo appears on the table of contents (p. 1) and online.