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OSHA requirements for offices are less complex than for the manufacturing industry, but they still need to be met and are monitored by OSHA. Common issues that OSHA is involved in offices include fire hazards, structural integrity, illumination, temperature and health safety protocols.What are the hazards of UV light?
Hazards of Ultraviolet Radiation. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is electromagnetic energy with a wavelength just shorter than that of visible light. UV energy stimulates vitamin D production in our bodies and is a treatment for psoriasis, but can also cause skin cancer, sunburns and cataracts.What is the OSHA requirement for flammable cabinets?
Flammables cabinet requirements. For OSHA, a Class IA liquid has a flashpoint below 73 deg. F. and a boiling point below 100 deg. F. OSHA Standard 1910.106(d) requires storing Class IA liquids of a certain amount in specially designed storage cabinets.