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  • What if OSHA doesn't accept abatement efforts after a citation?

    As a business owner, being struck with a workplace safety violation from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration can prove to be very costly. Not only can violations lead to fines and ... Read Article

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  • What if OSHA doesn't accept abatement efforts after a citation?

    As a business owner, being struck with a workplace safety violation from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration can prove to be very costly. Not only can violations lead to fines and negative public perception, but business owners may also have to accept the costs of ... Read Article
  • Focus: satisfying OSHA industry training guidelines

    Saying that, "There's no problem until there's a problem," a director of training programs geared toward compliance standards set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration strongly cautions companies against taking training shortcuts. Granted, the inclination to ... Read Article
  • What options do employers have when OSHA levies a citation?

    Being subjected to a random, unannounced inspection conducted by Occupational Safety and Health Administration officials can cause a major disruption within a company. In the wake of the OSHA's actions, an employer may also be taken off guard by a citation for a safety violation. ... Read Article
  • Harsh Terms for Company with Scores of Alleged Safety Violations

    If there's one program that no company in Texas or anywhere else in the country wants to be associated with, it is unquestionably the Severe Violator Enforcement Program administered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Inclusion in the program is a dubious ... Read Article
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