Occupational Safety and Health Act
OSHA

Definition:
Federal law which authorizes the OSHA agency to set standards, obligate employers to provide a safe workplace, and provide for enforcement of the standards. The Act encourages the states to develop their own safety laws which displace the federal law.

 

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