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OSHA at 50

EHS
It’s hard to believe the OSHA has been around for 50 years. Interested in learning how it has changed over the past 50 years? Read on!
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Quick Q&A: Will OSHA Use My Documentation Against Me?

EHS
Clients frequently ask, “Can my own OSHA documentation be used against me?” In 2000 OSHA released a formal policy addressing the issue. Here's what it says.
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The Future of OSHA: Meet the New Boss & Get Insights on His Directions

EHS
President Biden names Doug Parker, head of Cal/OSHA, to head up Federal OSHA. Let’s take a look at what a Parker-led OSHA might look like.
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Recent OSHA Citations: What We Can Learn From Them?

EHS
OSHA’s been busy these days. Learn from some of the key cases OSHA’s ruled on to understand where they’re focusing their efforts.
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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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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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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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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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