Dental offices are just one example of the many businesses that must make sure they comply with the OSHA ruling.
Dental offices are just one example of the many businesses that must make sure they comply with the OSHA ruling.

Any company whose employees come in contact with any hazardous material is subject to a new ruling by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that goes into effect Dec. 1. The ruling requires companies to conduct safety training for employees who have contact with hazardous materials or chemicals. That would include hair salons, dental […]

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