There’s no getting around it, employee safety should be at the top of every company’s list of things to take care of in 2019.
With a multitude of OSHA regulations regarding employee safety, it’s important for every employer to have a thorough understanding of the hazards created by their work environment and to provide employees with the proper PPE that will keep them safe.
Flame retardant clothing, high visibility shirts, and chemical resistant coveralls are just a few things that can help maintain employee safety in the work environment.
Here’s what you need to know to keep your operations aligned with OSHA’s PPE requirements:
- What does OSHA Stand for?
- What are the OSHA violation types?
- Do employers have to provide PPE?
- Assessing Your Workplace Environment for Safety
- OSHA Fire Safety Regulations