Refining your company's safety standards

June 2013
American Laundry News (American Trade Magazines LLC (ATM));06/01/2013, p6
Trade Publication
The article offers tips to improve companies' safety program, from Edwin G. Foulke, Jr. of the Atlanta law firm Fisher & Phillips LLP. The identification of the flaws of safety regulations is regarded as the key to improving safety standards, suggesting to implement policies that are attainable and applicable to a company's operations. It also recommends to keep track of the company's OSHA 300 Log and keep record of abatements and citations.


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