OSHA 101: Recordkeeping

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OSHA’s recordkeeping requirement was created to help recognize hazardous conditions and avoid injuries. Learn about the required documentation, including who is responsible, what must be kept, how long, and how to use the Steri•SafeSM OSHA Compliance program to avoid OSHA penalties and keep employees safe.

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