Businesses with 100 employees and more and subject to these important changes which will require major changes to how you run your business. That said, OSHA is actively working on guidelines that affect small businesses, so you should know the changes that are coming down the food chain!
is always trying to keep our clients in the loop on the latest changes
to their exposure and liabilities as a business owner.
Please take a moment to review this important “footnotes” document that describes changes to CalOSHA that can open you up to new concerns as a business owner.
OSHA compliance can be a thorn in the side for any business, but knowing what standards the agency is focusing on can help you prepare for an inspection. Here are some helpful tips on what you can do to make sure your business avoids costly penalties.