What are employers responsible for if OSHA can impact them?

In general, employers must provide workers with jobs and a workplace free of hazards. They must also comply with statutory requirements, as listed below. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Training to OSHA standards
  • Keeping records of all work-related accidents, illnesses and injuries, complete with causes and an annual summary
  • Providing medical exams
  • Reporting any fatal accidents to OHSA within 8 hours
  • Report any accidents resulting in the hospitalization of three or more workers to OHSA within 8 hours
  • Providing proper protective equipment and well-maintained tools

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