6 Ways for Retailers to Avoid OSHA Violations

By Michael Benedict on October 20, 2015
Tags: Data Collection, Productivity

6 Ways for Retailers to Avoid OSHA ViolationsRetailers today are under pressure from all sides. From regaining ground after recession losses to retaining customers and staying relevant in the dynamic e-commerce market, getting back in the black and staying there requires focusing on new products, campaigns, displays, and deals — not potentially damaging and costly OSHA violations. Which means that safety, cleanliness, and appearance — factors critical in attracting and retaining loyal customers and employees — should be managed with care. And with OSHA cracking down on retailers, the time to make safety a priority is now.

Our new 6-point checklist outlines how to stay on top of in-store conditions and stay away from OSHA violations than can crush your bottom line. 

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