What is OSHA?

OSHA, or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, is the name behind the federal agency in charge of enforcing safety regulations and requirements for millions of workplaces in the United States. OSHA regulates standards that employers are required to abide by in order to decrease accidents related to safety and health in the workplace. OSHA can issue civil and criminal penalties to employers who break regulations.

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If you or someone you know has been injured due to an employer not abiding by the safety regulations set by OSHA, contact the Clarksburg personal injury lawyers at the Law Office of David W. Frame at 800-352-9460.