?Like many business owners, my busy schedule led to an oversight of daily safety standards. I was harshly reminded with nearly $80k in fines from OSHA. By performing a Workplace Safety Review and developing a program to keep my business in compliance, OSS saved me thousands. Had I contacted OSS prior to OSHA's visit, I would have paid nothing. Don't make the same mistake. Call OSS for a review of your business today.?

-Chris Maki - Flagg Palmer Precast   

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Since 1996, Occupational Safety Specialists Corporation (OSS Corp) has specialized in workplace safety; transforming construction sites, hospitals, manufacturing businesses and many others into places of safety in compliance with the safety standards defined in OSHA regulations. At OSS Corp, we believe nothing is more important than occupational health, and we make it our mission to ensure your business meets OSHA standards. We accomplish this goal by performing an Safety Training Audit and a Workplace Safety Review. Once completed, we offer a confidential report, our expert recommendations and a customized Safety Training Program that keeps your personnel safe and your business in compliance and violation-free.

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With a focus on OSHA regulations, OSS Corp?s team of experts will develop a Safety Training program specific to your business? needs. From Fall Protection and Construction Site Safety reviews to certification in OSHA 10 and 30, Confined Space Entry and Rescue, and Bloodborne Pathogens training, OSS Corp has your covered.

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