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OSHA updates several guidance publications

November 28, 2012

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Washington – OSHA has issued updates to several of its free guidance publications.

The updated documents include:

  • A brochure (.pdf file) providing an overview of OSHA’s free On-site Consultation Program
  • A summarization (.pdf file) of OSHA’s safety and health standards for the general industry
  • A Spanish translation (.pdf file) of OSHA’s summary of frequently used standards in the construction industry
  • A fact sheet (.pdf file) discussing ignition hazards from internal combustion engines

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