Categories: OSHA

From all of us in the national OSHA Practice Group at Epstein Becker & Green to all of you, happy holidays and happy New Year.  We wish you a holiday season filled with joy, and a safe and happy 2014.

Thank you all for continuing to take time out of your busy days to read our articles and posts here on the OSHA Law Update blog.  As we celebrated the 2nd Anniversary of the OSHA Law Update blog on December 20th, another great year of bringing you fresh perspectives on important OSHA law topics, we had to stop and thank you for all of your positive feedback, comments, and questions, which give us the energy and enthusiasm to keep the OSHA Law Update blog fresh (no easy task).

Please contact us if you have questions about any of the content on the blog, ideas for other topics we should be covering, and of course, if there is ever anything our national OSHA Practice Group at Epstein Becker & Green can do to help you with OSHA law issues.

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