What Offices Need to Know About OSHA

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Most employers know that OSHA covers manufacturing, construction, and warehouse workplaces but often overlook OSHA's applicability to front offices. Owners of business operating in strictly office settings like dentists, real estate agents, lawyers, and banks typically do not know that they too much comply with OSHA. This article highlights some of the more common OSHA policies and how they apply to office settings

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