OSHA Compliance Checklist: How To Meet Requirements

The workplace has shifted and evolved over the years, but one fact remains the same: Employee health and safety are vital for any industry. So, how are these essential elements enforced? That’s what the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created to figure out. 

The importance of OSHA can’t be overstated. In the approximately 50 years since the agency’s beginning, workplace deaths, injuries and illnesses have decreased dramatically. According to OSHA, about 13 employees died on-site daily in 2020 compared to the 38 deaths that occurred every day in 1970. On top of that, only 2.7 injuries occurred per every 100 employees in 2020 versus the 10.9 incidents per every 100 workers in 1972. 

To ensure your company cares for and manages employees well, you must pay attention and adhere to OSHA compliance requirements. Learn more about OSHA’s response to workplace health and safety situations, conforming to OSHA standards and maintaining employee safety best practices. 

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