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The new age of digital learning is upon us, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is quickly pivoting to meet today's needs. OSHA was born out of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 and is an administration formed by Congress to enforce safety standards through training, outreach, education, and assistance.
During these hard times of the COVID-19 pandemic, workplace safety is no joke as work starts to pick up slowly but surely. If just started working again during this pandemic take 20-second breaks during the day to sanitize. Sanitizing the usual equipment used daily for jobs can prevent any virus from reoccurring.
OSHA safety tips for working in cold environments comfortably well preventing stressful situations in cold weather jobs whether you are an employer or employee. OSHA doesn't require businesses to maintain specific temperatures in the workplace. The organization recognizes that a 75-degree Fahrenheit office might be comfortable for one employee, but excessive for another.
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