Keep Your Workplace Free of OSHA’s Top Cited Hazards

Keeping any place of business safe and secure is a pillar of good leadership, and this means following accepted standards. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued its many rules and regulations so companies will have a framework to build upon when they design their workplace safety programs. The catch is that there are so many of these statutes, making it difficult to know where to focus when creating a culture of safety.

By familiarizing themselves with frequently cited OSHA violations, business leaders can gain perspective on the most critical elements of workplace safety. Studying OSHA’s lists of the top 10 most commonly cited standards and the four deadliest accident types in the construction sector can be a valuable source of inspiration for organizations’ safety improvement efforts.