OSHA compliance is vital for the safety of your workers
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was established to create and enforce workplace safety and health standards with regular inspections, modifications and training information. The safety and security of employees should always remain a top priority and employers should provide training on OSHA compliance topics such as bloodborne pathogens, electrical safety and fire prevention.
OSHA training doesn't have to be a confusing conversation, and it shouldn't stop after the first day of work. If you are a general industry employer, don't let one of your employees become a safety statistic. Whether you work in the healthcare field, construction, a laboratory, or another field, Mastery has hundreds of video-based OSHA courses available to help you comply.