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- This tutorial from Reuters advises companies on their OSHA compliance obligations.
- Nolo.com offers legal tips for employers on how to stay OSHA compliant.
- The United States Department of Labor lists OSHA data and resources on their official website.
- AMEinfo.com reports how industries across the world are working toward OSHA compliance.
- Educate yourself on the basics of OSHA rights as an employee with this article from FindLaw.com.
- Learn more about OSHA fines, penalties, and inspections from this resource from the American Professional Safety Trainers Alliance.
- Environment Health and Safety Online gives readers a quick summary of OSHA regulations.
- eHow.com recommends these steps for filing OSHA 300 paperwork.
- This article informs readers what to expect from the OSHA 30-hour course.