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Do You Have a Spare $14,500 Sitting Around?


Do you have a spare $14,500 just sitting around that you can spend on anything? This amount is the new penalty amount that OSHA can fine businesses for violating OSHA workplace standards. If you fail to correct your violation, and you are found in violation again, the penalty amount increases to $140,027 per violation. Why am I mentioning this you might ask? In 2022, lack of GHS and HAZCOM training was the second most cited violation. This is a 25% increase from the previous year. Training in the Global Harmonization System (GHS) and Hazard Communications (HAZCOM) is mandated in 29 CFR 1910.1200 for all employees. You can mitigate the potential for a OSHA violation by conducting this training. Our GHS/HAZCOM training class is a self-paced program that meets all OSHA requirements. At $25 per student, it is much more affordable than a fine. See our webstore to sign up.


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