OSHA recognizes that the most effective way to provide a safe work place is to implement an effective injury and illness prevention program. The program should address all hazards, not just those covered by specific OSHA standards. Some state OSHA programs require injury and illness prevention programs.
Federal OSHA has issued voluntary guidelines to help employers develop an effective program which include:
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