only employer have a legal obligation to keep a workplace safe?
is it true or false?
In the USA, the OSHA law requires that an employer keep a workplace free of known safety hazards and train employees to work safely. So yes the employer has a legal obligation to keep a workplace safe. Many countries do not have safety regulations. It is cheaper for corporations to produce goods where employees can be put at risk without a penality.
Yes, it is true that employee have a legal obligation to keep the workplace safe. For that they have to know about the safety rules of works and training of it.For more detail please visit - "www.applegroup.uk.com/training-courses/height-safety-training"
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