When it comes to OSHA's rules for information transfer, it's important to start with the hazard. Employers have the responsibility to identify and control known hazards to ensure worker safety. When unknown hazards exist, the risk levels are elevated because workers may not have all the information they need to safely do the work. Pam Tompkins breaks down what OSHA requires for information transfer and what you can do to help ensure worker safety.
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