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chris

Wayne, NJ

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May 17, 2012
 
someone told me that if you have 15 or more employees a safety officer is required. cannot find this anywhere. can anyone tell me if its true and if so where is it listed?
DonPaul

Norwell, MA

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Jun 7, 2012
 
I believe the answer is no. There is no requirement to have a full time safety officer however you may benefit from designating that responsibility to yourself or one of your employees in the event of an inspection. A basic company safety plan is more important.

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