Asked on 1/24/2009 by Frank AngelinoAnswered by ABC Staff
Compliance with The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations is essential. To control and prevent workplace hazards, you should continually review your work environment and safety practices. Make sure safety procedures are in place and that all employees understand and follow them. Company equipment should be checked and maintained properly. And, where necessary, make sure there is a medical program tailored to your company to help prevent these type of hazards. Here are a few suggestions:
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