When it comes to OSHA (Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration) compliance, it can be difficult for many maintenance and operations managers to know where to start.
Patrick Kapust, Deputy Directory of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs argued that taking a look at common OSHA violations can be a good place to begin. For example, you can ask yourself would OSHA find these violations in your workplace?
Check out our infographic below for the top 5 most common OSHA violations for FY 2017 and how you can avoid them. None of these apply to you? You can view the top OSHA violations for your specific industry on OSHA’s website.
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