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Workplace Safety

There are various federal, state, and local rules and regulations that businesses are required to abide by. Federal guidelines for workplace safety and health are established and enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Employers should be familiar with these guidelines, as well as the procedures for handling workers' compensation claims. FindLaw's section on Workplace Safety focuses on employee rights and employer obligations under OSHA, including an article that addresses some frequently asked questions for new businesses.

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