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OSHA standards are mandatory, enforceable rules that must be followed. OSHA guidelines are voluntary recommendations for compliance with general workplace safety and training initiatives where standards have not been defined.What are OSHA requirements?
OSHA requirements are wide reaching and provide for safety standards in all sorts of industries. For example, in construction, there are OSHA requirements for workers wearing certain clothing, hard hats, heat/flame retarding clothing, etc. depending on the specific task being performed.What is OSHA safety management system?
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) safety manager is responsible for overseeing safety programs within a workplace. This is an extremely important job due to the possibility of injury, or even death, in the workplace.Does OSHA cover state employees?
The Federal OSHA law covers all workers in the private sector; the law does not cover Federal, State or Municipal employees. One of the problems with U.S. labor laws is that they have almost always been written to be covered by the "commerce clause" of the Constitution.