|According to OSHA standard 1915.81(a)(1) “The employer shall establish and maintain good housekeeping practices to eliminate hazards to employees to the extent practicable.”|
Housekeeping reduces waste and helps processes run more smoothly, allowing organizations to sell, manufacture, and deliver more products and services of a higher quality quicker while using fewer resources.
The OSHA Housekeeping Checklist is an easy and efficient way to ensure you meet OSHA’s standards and keep your employees safe. Download this eBook to learn more! Provided by: