Why OSHA compliance is vital for every company
Employees spend a lot of time in the workplace, and it's one of the fundamental responsibilities of every business to keep them safe while there. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is responsible for establishing and enforcing guidelines on worker safety, and is an important one for all employers to be familiar with.
If a company doesn't comply with OSHA, the consequences could be serious, both financially and for workplace culture.
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