Prevent these top OSHA violations in 2020

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), was created in 1970 to ensure safe working conditions for all employees. OSHA is a small agency with around 2,200 inspectors covering 130 million workers around the United States so it is critical that organizations proactively train workers on OSHA regulations to prevent workplace accidents and injuries. The current top 10 list of most commonly cited OSHA safety violations account for about half of all of the violations listed by OSHA, and with proper training they can be prevented. 

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