Be Proactive About Working With OSHA

A consulting program prevents penalties and gives contractors an opportunity to head off issues before they begin

Be Proactive About Working With OSHA

Technician Alexander Afonso loads an Armal restroom onto a service truck for delivery.

Reporting incidents to regulatory and oversight organizations like OSHA can be harrowing, but ironically, the best way to avoid such negative interactions is to be proactive in contacting the agency.

Fortunately for contractors who may be hesitant to...

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