Monthly Archives: December 2012
The following article is a guest post from Felicia Baratz-Savage who is a writer and graphic artist living in Indianapolis, IN. As a contributor for Cooks & Travel Books, she specializes in travel, culture and education.
The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration sets the standards for workplace safety. Failure to meet these standards can result in steep fines, civil lawsuits, and even the closure of your business until conditions are improved. Ensuring your establishment is in compliance with OSHA’s regulations should be a top priority in the management of your business.
Though the notion of a government department having the authority to shut down your restaurant may be intimidating, OSHA standards aren’t unreasonable. … Keep reading