Keep Up-To-Date on OSHA Standards (3/7)

The U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) is one of those organizations that everyone knows about. But few know what they actually do. OSHA is responsible for workplace safety in a variety of aspects – accident investigation, safety standards, audits, enforcement, public awareness, and much more. Regardless of where you work in the U.S., OSHA regulations apply. Check out their website for announcements, statistics, safety tips, and more.

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