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The United States Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was established in 1971, and workplace deaths have been reduced in half, and occupational injury and sickness rates have dropped 40% since then. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, a federal organization under the Department of Labor, is in place to ensure workplace safety. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration implements federal regulations that require businesses to maintain a safe and healthy work environment for their workers.

The rules issued by OSHA for the construction sector are divided into 29 CFR 1926. We examine the OSH Act, which established OSHA, the function of OSHA in workplace safety, and OSHA regulations that apply to construction sites. 

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What is the Introduction to OSHA?

Introduction to OSHA is a course which gives you an overview about what OSHA is and what are its standards and regulations.

What are the 4 standards of OSHA?

The 4 standards of OSHA are: 

  1. General Industry
  2. Construction
  3. Maritime
  4. Agriculture
What are the 3 responsibilities of OSHA?

Establish a workplace free from known and unknown workplace hazards by following the guidelines and regulations published under the OSH Act.

What are the benefits of OSHA?

There are several benefits of OSHA, but one of the significant benefits of following OSHA Standards and Regulations is job safety in any industry you work in.

Who regulates OSHA?

The United States Department of Labor.

What are the 3 phases of an OSHA inspection?

The 3 stages of OSHA inspection are: 

  1. Opening Conference
  2. Walk around or full company inspection 
  3. Closing Conference 
Who is the head of OSHA?

Douglas L. Parker is the head of OSHA.

Who is exempt from OSHA?

Businesses with 10 or fewer employees and low exposure to workplace hazards are exempted from OSHA. 

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