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OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard: What it is and How to Protect Your Company

EHS
What is OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard? Why are HCS violations so common? How can you avoid one? Find the answers and more in this KPA article.
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Is Your Hazard Communication OSHA-Ready? Find Out If Your Program Stacks Up

EHS
Don’t let your people or your organization become statistics in 2020. It’s time to see whether your hazard communication protocols meet OSHA’s standards.
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EPA Compliance: Boost Your Water, Air, and Chemical Confidence

EHS
3 of the main environmental issues for companies involve water, air, & chemicals. Understanding EPA regulations goes a long way to building compliance confidence.
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Do You Know the Difference Between OSHA Regulations and Consensus Standards?

EHS
Companies have lots of OSHA regulations & consensus standards to comply with. But they’re hard to manage when the difference between the two is unclear. 
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3 Ways a Mobile-First Approach to Safety Lowers Risk

EHS
What’s the best way to lower safety risks? Let’s walk through three reasons a mobile-first approach is your best bet.
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DMV Alerts — Updates

The DMV issued updated guidance clarifying online sales and off-site deliveries of vehicles.
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Sales Tax Exemption Myths Revisited

Tax season seems to bring an uptick in Hotline calls about customers with different sales tax exemptions. Let's dispel some of the more common sales tax exemption myths that we regularly come across.
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OSHA’s Top 5 Most Frequently Cited Violations for Dealers and Repair Shops

Dealers
Are you doing enough to avoid the most common OSHA citations for automotive dealerships and repair shops? Here’s what you need to look out for.
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Don’t Terminate an Employee for Participating in an OSHA Inspection (Unless You Can Spare $1 Million)

EHS
A Pennsylvania employer was ordered to pay $1.04 million to two former employees who were unlawfully terminated for participating in an OSHA inspection.
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