Legal Experts Weigh In: Handling OSHA Citations the Right Way [Photo Gallery]

April 7, 2016
Legal experts were asked by Intelivert – which develops, delivers and supports software-as-a-service, portal, media and mobile solutions for business – to weigh in with simple, actionable tips that can help you craft your legal strategy and directly affect the outcome of interactions with OSHA.

If you go online and Google “what to do when you receive an OSHA citation,” the results are somewhat misleading. Most of the information speaks to what could have been done to avoid the citation in the first place. However, this information doesn’t help the person who already is in the position of handling an OSHA citation.

Legal experts were asked by Intelivert – which develops, delivers and supports software-as-a-service, portal, media and mobile solutions for business – to weigh in with simple, actionable tips that can help you craft your legal strategy and directly affect the outcome of interactions with OSHA.

View and sign up to download the complete list here: 16 Legal Tips: Handling OSHA Citations the Right Way.

About the Author

Sandy Smith

Sandy Smith is the former content director of EHS Today, and is currently the EHSQ content & community lead at Intelex Technologies Inc. She has written about occupational safety and health and environmental issues since 1990.

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