Employers and OSHA

by Laura Ellis on December 15, 2009

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Employers and OSHA
If you’ve been working for any amount of time chances are you’ve heard of OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration). You might be in an industry with strict safety codes, or you may have heard a co-worker jokingly invoke OSHA when moving a chair out of a walkway. But if you are an employer, OSHA regulations are no joke. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration takes worker safety very seriously and employers are expected to do the same. But as an employer, how do you know what’s the right thing to do? What about all that paperwork? And just when you think you’ve go it down, a new administration comes in and the rules just might change. Join us on Tuesday when we take a look at OSHA. And call us with your questions.

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