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Thirteen Strategies Every Employer Should Implement To Improve Safety, Reduce OSHA Penalty Exposure, And Improve Company Profits While Protecting Its Reputation/Brand

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OSHA has been changing and more significant changes are on the way. Employers are seeing a continued shift away from OSHA's emphasis on cooperative efforts with employers to a more aggressive enforcement approach. The co-chairs of the Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Management Practice Group at Fisher & Phillips LLP have created a list of essential elements of OSHA compliance and an effective workplace safety and health program.

Fisher & Phillips is ready to assist you in implementing each of these action plan items to improve your safety program, to increase your productivity and quality while at the same time protecting your Company's brand/reputation as well as assisting you to effectively deal with an enforcement-focused OSHA.

Click on the file below to download the 13 Strategies checklist.

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