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OSHA’s Standards for Electrical Systems: What You Need to Know

EHS
OSHA requires employers to keep employees safe near electrical hazards. This includes the safe examination, installation, & use of electrical equipment.
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OSHA’s Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Violations of 2022

EHS
Use OSHA’s Top 10 Violations to help your organization prioritize workforce safety and compliance initiatives for a safer workplace.
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OSHA Scaffolding: How to Stay In Line With OSHA’s Standard

Construction / EHS
What is OSHA’s scaffolding standard? Why are scaffolding violations so common? How can you avoid one? Find the answers and more in this KPA article.
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Fall Protection: How to Avoid the Most Common OSHA Violation

EHS
Falls are the #1 reason employees get hurt or killed at work. Learn how to keep your workers safe and comply with OSHA’s fall protection and training standards.
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OSHA Wiring and Electrical Safety: What You Need to Know

Dealers
Electrical issues related to wiring are one of the most dangerous workplace hazards—and one of the most common OSHA violations. Here’s what you need to know.
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OSHA Respiratory Protection: How to Ensure Safety and Compliance

EHS
OSHA’s respiratory protection standard outlines how to minimize worker exposure to hazardous air. Learn what’s required and how to ensure safe respirator use.
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OSHA and Ladder Safety: What You Need to Know

EHS
OSHA has specific rules about using and working near ladders, as well as how ladders should be designed. Learn what you need to know in this KPA article.
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How to Stay Safe and Compliant With OSHA’s Forklift Standards

EHS
Forklifts can be dangerous. Loads can fall. Vehicles can tip over. Pedestrians can get hit. Learn how to keep your workforce safe and avoid an OSHA violation.
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Machine Guarding: Keep Up with OSHA Requirements and Keep Your Workers Safe

EHS
From amputations to OSHA fines, improperly guarded machines carry serious risks. Here’s what you need to know about OSHA’s machine guarding requirements.
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