Avoiding OSHA’s Top Violations
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
Each October, OSHA announces its top violations of the year. For 2016, OSHA released its list at the National Safety Council Congress & Expo, the world’s largest gathering of safety professionals.
Similar to other “Top 10” lists, the list doesn’t change much from year to year. Why? If employers worked to correct these hazards, OSHA believes the number of deaths, amputations and hospitalizations would decline drastically.
That may seem discouraging, considering employers are required to run safe workplaces. But the list can be useful as a reference and wake-up call to businesses who need to find areas to focus on when it comes to safety.
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