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  • OSHA's Five-step Abatement Process

    For an employer who has been cited for an OSHA violation, the cost and process of fixing the hazards that OSHA identified can be more challenging than handling the fine and other issues associated ... Read Article

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  • OSHA's Five-step Abatement Process

    For an employer who has been cited for an OSHA violation, the cost and process of fixing the hazards that OSHA identified can be more challenging than handling the fine and other issues associated with the citation itself. OSHA requires employers to abate hazards and has ... Read Article
  • What Employers Are Covered By OSHA?

    The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) covers most - but not all -employers and employees in the United States. The federal safety agency, which also works with states that have their own health and safety programs, regulates safety for nearly 8 million worksites ... Read Article
  • How OSHA Prioritizes the Worksites it Inspects

    If you are an employer, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) may inspect your worksites at any time for potential safety violations. In many cases, however, inspections will fall into one of several types. The reason: OSHA enforces safety regulations at more ... Read Article
  • Ten Most Common OSHA Citations

    Last year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and related state agencies issued nearly 90,000 citations for alleged violations of safety regulations. The regulations cover nearly all types of employers - from hair salons to hospitals to construction sites - ... Read Article
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