Five OSHA Standards That Really Do Not Exist
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#1 Nov 4, 2013
There are more than a few people who believe these are real OSHA standards, but they are not actually in the OSHA CFR. Check out which ones they are at http://www.oshatraining.com/Five-OSHA-Standar... and see if you have fallen into the same trap.
#2 Nov 27, 2013
Number 1 is wrong. If your forklift has a seatbelt installed by the manudacturer and the manual recommends it's use then you could be cited under 5a1 (General Duty) for not ensuring your employees do so.
#3 Dec 1, 2013
But the requirement is NOT in the OSHA standards, Franko. It's covered by the general duty clause (which is not a standard). Thanks for helping prove the point and further demonstrate my statement about people being mistaken.
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