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Labor and Employment Law
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Walking and Working Surfaces
N. Peter Lareau;Lex K. Larson;Jonathan R. Mook;David L. Bacon;David W. Tucker;Darrell R. VanDeusen;Jeffrey L. Hirsch;Tim Bornstein;Ann Gosline;and Marc Greenbaum.
This chapter from Labor and Employment Law discusses OSHA's walking and working surface requirements. The chapter begins with a discussion of housekeeping requirements, which generally require that all places of employment, passageways, storerooms, and service rooms be kept in a clean, orderly, and sanitary condition. The chapter also discusses specific requirements pertaining to aisles and passageways, floor and wall openings, stairways, ladders, and scaffolding. The chapter also includes discussion of new rules pertaining to "fall protection," "personal fall-arrest systems," and rules relating to ergonomics and employee equipment. The chapter concludes by providing a list of websites providing information on slip resistance.
Labor and Employment Law is a complete guide to labor and employment law, both federal and state. Expert authors provide concise, authoritative analysis on all established and emerging issues in labor and employment law. This comprehensive treatise also offers practice tips, checklists, and model forms for use in ERISA, FMLA, and OSHA disputes.
OSHA,Occupational Safety and Health Administration,walking surfaces,working surfaces,stairways,chutes,ladders,slip and fall accidents,workplace injuries,passageways,storerooms,service rooms,aisles,scaffolding,fall protection,personal fall-arrest systems,ergonomics,employee equipment,slip resistance
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