What To Do When CONN-OSHA Knocks - Whitepaper
The purpose of the Occupational Safety Health Act is to not to issue fines to employers, but to protect the worker. The Connecticut Department of Labor’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health, more commonly known as CONN-OSHA, regulates workplace safety regulations as they apply to state and municipal workers. CIRMA's whitepaper What To Do When CONN-OSHA Knocks describes practical ways that municipal and public school leaders can prepare for a CONN-OSHA inspection, as well as what to do during and after an inspection to help mitigate any fines and to maintain a positive working relationship with CONN-OSHA.
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