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A safer, healthier workplace is within every employer’s reach. Learn the basic OSHA standards and smart business practices that protect your workers and keep you in compliance with recordkeeping, reporting and training requirements.​

Satisfy Federal OSHA Standards and Guidelines

Make the Health and Safety of Your Employees a Priority

As an employer, you’re responsible for guarding the health and safety of your employees under the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). Learn the key OSHA standards and smart business practices that protect your workers and keep you in compliance.



Federal and Specialty Standards
Federal and Specialty Standards

There are hundreds of OSHA safety standards that apply to a wide range of businesses and industries -- far too many to cover here. Instead, review the basic standards under general industry (29 CFR 1910) that provide a foundation for the typical workplace.

In this chapter, you'll learn:

  • The ins and outs of the general duty clause
  • How to maintain access to employee exposure and medical records
  • Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) guidelines
  • How to create exit routes, emergency action plans and fire prevention plans
  • Guidelines on personal protective equipment for employees
OSHA Compliance for the Office

Most job-related injuries in the office are due to repetitive movement, awkward postures and poor ergonomics. With the right approach and some important adjustments, a safer, injury-free workstation and overall office environment are within reach.

In this chapter, you'll learn:

  • How to recognize workstation risk factors
  • Tips for evaluating an employee’s workstation
  • Custom-fitting a computer workstation
  • A proactive approach to preventing office injuries
OSHA Compliance for the Office