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General Industry Step 4:  Develop a Comprehensive Jobsite Safety and Health Program

While OSHA does not require employers to develop comprehensive safety and health programs, development and implementation of these programs is an effective way to comply with OSHA standards and prevent workplace injuries and illnesses. The information you've obtained from the steps above is a good start for developing a comprehensive safety and health program.

For help in developing a program:
Learn how a safety and health program can add value to your organization:
Go to Step 5


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