The High Cost of Noncompliance with OSHA Safety Requirements

Safety and health regulations are in place to protect American workers on the job. Any workplace can hold hazards, both visible and invisible. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is responsible for setting and enforcing related requirements.

Organizations found to be out of compliance or willfully violating OSHA standards face serious consequences, including serious financial penalties. However, there are other ramifications to noncompliance, as well. We will explore what you need to know in this article.

The Rising Cost of Noncompliance

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