Tips for Handling an OSHA Investigation

Tips for Handling an OSHA Investigation

What to do if an OSHA compliance officer comes knocking at your door  

Every company cares about safety and health in the workplace — no one wants anyone to become ill or get hurt. That’s why companies invest so much time, effort, and money in trying to create safe working environments. Although they would inevitably do this without government regulation, managing compliance with federal and state OSHA requirements is an indispensable part of safety in this day and age. For electrical contractors — as well as other subcontractors — on a job site, it’s impo

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