You may not think your business is a high-risk workplace, butOSHA may have other ideas. Last April, OSHA targeted 2,200"high-hazard workplaces" for inspections. Nursing homes,automotive parts and supply companies, liquor distributors, andlocal trucking and storage operators were on the hit list and canexpect more surprise visits from OSHA inspectors--and stiff finesif they don't pass muster.
The good news: A little-known program run by none other thanOSHA itself can help you avoid penalties and keep your workerssafe. OSHA's free safety and health-management consultationaims to identify safety hazards before they become accidents.
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