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The elements OSHA must prove for a General Duty Clause Violation

OSHA’s use of the general duty clause can be subjective. It requires employers to provide each employee with a workplace that’s free from recognized hazards that cause or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm. For OSHA to prove such a condition exists, there are four elements they must establish for a successful citation. This podcast will cover these elements.

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