If an employer is unable to comply with an OSHA standard, what alternative is available to the...
My past esperience is that OSHA is a very helpful organization and usually work with the industry that is not meeting their standard. They also extend some time limit and encourage the industry to improve their product or process to comply. Some outside consultants related to your product could also be helpful.
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by Mike Russo17 months ago
It's because of the "Use of Force Model" that has been adopted by law enforcement from the military Many cops across the country have been trained in this use of force model. It works like...
by Steven Escareno6 years ago
Okay, I understand that airport security had to get a lot more tougher since the horrific aftermath of 9/11, but this is just plain ridiculous. Seriously, how is a guy that wears baggy pants a threat to national...
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