Q&A: The Fewer-than-10 rule and OSHA exemptions

OSHA Healthcare Connection, August 10, 2010

Q: Our medical practice has fewer than 10 workers. Aren’t there some OSHA standards that we would not have to follow because of our size?

A: The fewer-than-10-employee rule has nothing to do with whether an OSHA hazards standard applies to a workplace, but it does affect some recordkeeping requirements. Click here for more information and resource links.

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