Occupational Safety And Health Administration Definition

An agency of the federal government established by Act of Congress in 1970 that creates and enforces rules governing the safety of workers in the workplace. The agency routinely inspects workplaces and issues citations for businesses that are in violation of its standards. The agency is a part of the Department of Labor. Abbreviated OSHA.
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