Avoiding problems with OSHA

It's wise to be wary of Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) requirements that apply to small business. OSHA's role is to get small businesses to establish and follow safety programs, and to find and fix hazards to prevent workplace injuries and illnesses. Violations can draw serious fines. Your first priority should be to establish…

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