Friday, May 1, 2015

Two Recent OSHA Changes; Do They Require Action On Your Part?

When OSHA makes a change, that usually means the employer must do something in response, be that write a new program, train workers, or post notifications. But one recent OSHA changes does not require the employer to take action even though you may think it does, and another requires you to take action even though you were previously told you don’t have to do anything! Confused? Read on . . .
 
New Workplace Notification . . . . .  

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