Until recently, when I thought about the Occupational Health and Safety Administration and its regulations, I thought of jobs like window-washing on high rises. Thanks to a pro-safety culture at my current and previous workplaces, I’ve begun to realize that OSHA is for everyone. If you’re an office worker who needs to climb a ladder for some reason, did you know that you should always have three points of contact with the ladder?
So whoever you are, iAuditor’s guide to OSHA standards is worth digging into. They walk you through what OSHA is and what is required of employers and employees – and they even have a blog about creating a safety culture at work.