OSHA Blog… Today’s post, the Rule of Ten

There’s a blog that I want to call your attention to because it’s one that, if you have anything to do with safety, you should know about. It’s www.oshalawupdate.com. Written by a team of professionals, mostly related to OSHA laws and enforcement, it is updated pretty regularly and contains a lot of really great information regarding OSHA, OSHA enforcement and all the applicable laws and regulations that go with it.

Today’s blog post, for example, is about the so-called “Role of Ten” which many people mistakenly believe to mean that OSHA has no jurisdiction over businesses that have 10 or fewer employees. Eric J. Conn and Amanda R. Strainis-Walker put together an overview of what the Rule of Ten means and what it doesn’t mean.

Good stuff!

3 thoughts on “OSHA Blog… Today’s post, the Rule of Ten

  1. Orbital welding is a {specialised|very specialised|highly specialised} {area|segment|field} of welding {whereby|where} the arc is rotated {mechanically|robotically} {through 360°|360°} (180 degrees in double up welding) around a {static|stationary} {workpiece|product}, an {object|component|workpiece} such as a {pipe|tube|pipe or tube}, in a {continuous process|continuous step}.

  2. Orbital welding is a very specialised area of welding where the arc is rotated robotically through 360° (180 degrees in double up welding) around a stationary workpiece, an workpiece such as a pipe, in a continuous process.

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