The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance standard we’re referring to here is the “Housekeeping 1910.22” (Walking-Working Surfaces). The first rule of safety for anyone’s job is to keep their work areas clean and safe from hazards. It’s a job that needs to be done every […]
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